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Chat with me - I need Flash help =(

Posted on 2009-05-19
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I really hope Im not breaking the rules asking this question. I am in a serious crunch and was hoping someone was available to chat with me on a few flash questions. If you are a flash expert who has a few minutes could you please add me to MSN jackieparks10 [at] hotmail (dot) com or skype jackie [ underscore ] parks

Thank you!
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I understand why you want to chat. But to be honest, I don't think any experts will contact your from a IM.
Why don't you just start asking your questions here?
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ok, I will do my best posting my questions. I really wish someone would chat with me.
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