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    Default Thank you

    I wanted to take a second to thank everyone who has been so willing to help and share over the years. You make the world a better place and I thank you.

    happy graditute month. It should be so year round👍

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    Nice to see a 'thanks' like that Kecked. This is what our community is all about, helping each other, even if it does sometimes mean telling people that they are way, way out of their depth!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NobleGas View Post
    Nice to see a 'thanks' like that Kecked. This is what our community is all about, helping each other, even if it does sometimes mean telling people that they are way, way out of their depth!
    You can never say thank you too many times.

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    I agree. This forum is rich with information that would be challenging to find elsewhere. The members are surprisingly civil (for the Internet especially). People here take a lot of their time to share knowledge, ideas, art, and humor. Thanks to all!

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    ... yes, this is also one of my English speaking "favourite forums" for this reasons -- but most of the time I am active in German forums ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkumpula View Post
    I agree. This forum is rich with information that would be challenging to find elsewhere. The members are surprisingly civil (for the Internet especially). People here take a lot of their time to share book of ra deluxe knowledge, ideas, art, and humor. Thanks to all!

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    Really nice words
    Last edited by EthanRussell; 04-25-2019 at 10:24.
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    Thanks to everyone for keeping an old school forum alive.
    I think they are faaaar superior to the bloody Facebook groups in terms of sensible answers, depth of response and ability to search for archived knowledge.
    I can't find stuff posted 5 minutes ago on Faceache!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by norty303 View Post
    Thanks to everyone for keeping an old school forum alive.
    I think they are faaaar superior to the bloody Facebook groups in terms of sensible answers, depth of response and ability to search for archived knowledge.
    I can't find stuff posted 5 minutes ago on Faceache!!
    You mean like having an intelligent conversation about the only file format that is open and commonly available to us to exchange frame sets?

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    yeah this forum should stay and im glad for it being here.. I haven't been as active on it because of work but I try to read bits every now and then.

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    I agree. Traditional forums are still useful places on the web.
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