Some common courtesy

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Some common courtesy

Postby Gorilla Printer » Wed Dec 05, 2018 3:16 am

I would like to see more of the above used.If anyone decides to seek help and post a question ,be prepared to reply to replies.Also post when you've found your answer and action.Don't just leave repliers hanging.After all it was you asking for help in the first place.Even a short thanks is welcomed.

I'm sure others feel the same where they give of their time and provide advice only to see months down the track there is no reply/update .
If you are one of these people,I will not provide the answer even though I may know it.So I check if posters have a history of staying engaged.If they are new, I'll probably give them the benefit of the doubt.
OK,rant over

Cheers
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Re: Some common courtesy

Postby Gory » Fri Dec 07, 2018 12:41 pm

I'm looking for the 'like' button. Couldn't agree more.
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Re: Some common courtesy

Postby Gorilla Printer » Sun Jan 20, 2019 11:58 am

Gory wrote:I'm looking for the 'like' button. Couldn't agree more.

Thanks Gory
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Re: Some common courtesy

Postby sharbel abdo » Thu Jan 24, 2019 10:43 am

Couldn't agree more, too.
thanks.
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Re: Some common courtesy

Postby BMS » Sun Jan 27, 2019 5:14 pm

It's a sad day indeed when something like this has to be "asked" for. Two thumbs up for for this post.
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Re: Some common courtesy

Postby TexMaintMan » Wed Jan 30, 2019 7:59 pm

no doubt... Idk how many times I have replied to someone asking for help only to have it left hanging...
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Re: Some common courtesy

Postby Frank Burgos » Thu Jan 31, 2019 9:41 am

If nothing else, it seems like good protocol to me, Gorilla. If the person asking for help doesn't correspond, we don't know if they're reading the advice.

I don't expect it to change, much. It's reality. So, I look at it on the bright side: The content is still good and there are others that may benefit from it.

As the board moderator, perhaps I can, indeed, moderate and touch base with said persons, in real time. I apologize for it not having already been the case, and for if I slip a little, but I am always running all over the place and it's a challenge.

Thanks for your contributions. You guys know I deeply appreciate them.

Best regards,
Frank
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