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Old 02-18-2014, 05:41 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by wumpyc View Post
Once again apologizes if I'm asking for too much help here, but I'm lost and stuck at the point where I really need somebody else more experienced with me to help me solve this issues.
Maybe you have forgotten your predicament by now but as I recall you've been given timely and ample help. If the issue has been solved then it would certainly do to have that reflect in your final reply and mark this thread "solved" as well. See it as a simple token of reciprocation, if you're familiar with the concept that is.
 
  


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