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Here are the points I promised for your help in the question referred to in the title.

Thank you very much.
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Obviously I found it.  So ignore the last comment on the real one.

I hope your customer is happy with the final design.  If not, have them look at the question!!!
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They're not, and I did.  They're still not, but have no choice.  :)
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