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Here's 50 pts for ye
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by:manney_mcvicker
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Wots the question? Or are you just given the points away?
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by:duke_n
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That is 50 points regarding another Q.
You can ignore this, bro'
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Ten13 earned 50 total points
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Hey Thanx duke_n!
Hope you got your Q answered. Sorry 'bout thge flaming and stuff!
Could you use the MLFlashWindow rutine?

- Martin
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by:duke_n
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Oh, your routine works perfectly. Thank you ver' much, 'Paco.
And don't appologize, because  you were THE ONLY ONE who spoke to the point.
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