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This question should be answered only by Fargo, because he helped me in a problem, but there was also a proposed answer , that was very good, so I want to give the points also to him.

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atari
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Thanx, atari :)
I didn't expect you to give mi these points, bacause of the misunderstanding we had. I'm really happy we got over that.
See you and thank you again!

Fargo :))
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Hope you help me again, if I have some other questions in the future !

Bye,
atari
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