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This is not a question.

It is inteded only for girionis to give him some points.
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girionis earned 50 total points
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 Thank you ]:-)
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by:doronb
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Hi guys ;)

girionis, I think you need to post again, but this time as an answer to that pouli can acknowledge your answer and thus grant you the points.

Enjoy the points,
Doron
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by:girionis
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 A commend will do as well since comments can still be accepted as valid answers ]:-)
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by:doronb
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Sorry, I forgot, it's been a while since I asked a question in here.. ;)
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