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Use sensible descriptive titles in your posts - not titles such as "Please Help!!" or "Need Assistance" or "what Am I Doing Wrong?" etc
Do not cross-post - 1 post in the relevant area is enough! If you do not know where you should post at, guess.
Search for related previous postings, before creating a new thread. You can most likely find an issue solved that you may be experiencing.
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Save us time and mark your post Solved by adding [Solved] to the title of your post if an issue you have experienced was resolved by us or any other member. If you have found the fix to your problem yourself, it would help others greatly if you could post how you fixed the problem. This allows others who search the forums to possibly find the fix to the same problem.
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