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Which mousebutton do you have to click to create a shortcut?
(sorry I only have 100 points)
I don't know how to use my experts points to poste questions.
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by:paulstamp
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That could be the right button !

Cheers (nice to hear someone with a sense of humour )!!

Yeah.. I dont know how to use expert points to ask questions... maybe I'll post a question on it.
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paulstamp earned 100 total points
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Doh ! Wrong button.

The answer is of course... the right button.

Is it possible to accept a comment as an answer ?
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by:Catouch
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I'll give you a D for this one.
You hesitated too long!!
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by:hes
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Paul, yes it is nice to see humor :)
You can't use expert points to ask questions with, and yes the person asking the question can accept a comment as a answer. That is why you see a lot of experts answering with a comment unless they are 100% sure it is the answer.
Enjoy :)
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by:paulstamp
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Cheers for the info hes !
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by:Catouch
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How can you earn extra points then?
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