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    Nice one Novo...I’m new at this, for a lot of us Newbie’s this is very useful. What’s ‘Stikies’? (Probably spelt it wrong) I never send Texts (haven’t got patience with tiny buttons) so don’t understand a lot of the terms. This is very useful thanks.
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    i read it mate it's common sense really but that seems to be a rare commodity now a days

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    thanks matt did find it helpful i'm new to the forum thing just signed up 4 the design course ne more advise would be gratefully accepted

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    read & understood

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    but even if you repeat what someone has said, it could help as it is the opinion of more than one person, plus if the thread has 10 pages i am sure people wont read every page just to be sure they arent repeating something, lol.
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    I readededed it just for you

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    Haha I am sure this is what we all consider when replying to posts. Thanks for the tips!!!1

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnipper View Post
    I like this thread - something like this should be sent out in all the "Welcome" emails. But until that point Im going to sticky it.

    Like you say, not that anyone will read it.. LOL
    Great Shout Gnipper!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by novogeek View Post
    Thought this might be useful ... read it don't ... who cares.
    Im only signed up on thursday really looking forward to learning something ive always wanted to do, and glad to be part of a community now of like minded individuals

    This post was really helpful novo thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul ross View Post
    Nice one Novo...I’m new at this, for a lot of us Newbie’s this is very useful. What’s ‘Stikies’? (Probably spelt it wrong) I never send Texts (haven’t got patience with tiny buttons) so don’t understand a lot of the terms. This is very useful thanks.
    hi Paul, just to answer your question on what a sticky is.

    a sticky is a post that appears at the top of a forum (or sub forum -section within a forum) to make it easier to find, i beleive the name comes from the idea of a sticky note, you stick it where it will be easilly seen so that you remember it is there.

    EDIT: however i think you might know that by now, as i just checked the dates on the posts.

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