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For your comments on my question.

I hope you still will follow that thread and I hope you will comment on the "locked workstation" question as well.
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thanks a lot
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You are quite welcome.

Keep coding! =))

//raidos
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You are quite welcome.

Keep coding! =))

//raidos
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whoopsie
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> Keep coding! =))

I sure will  :o)
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