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For you help in totally rewriting the script for me =]
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Hi Terr0r,

I appreciate the feedback. The original work was done by 4auHuk so a big thanks to 4auHuk. I'm glad its working for you and once again sorry for the delay. It's been a busy week and I'm studying for an exam that I'm doing on Monday so I haven't had as much time as I'd like to spend on the site. I love spending time on this site as it gives me the chance to work on issues that I don't get to deal with in the office so helping others is helping me to learn more. Thanks to all the other members of the site for the info you provide.
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