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Christian Aistleitner posted <op.s1hh94cnu6j4vy@...>,
excerpted below, on Thu, 08 Dec 2005 22:35:54 +0100:
> good grief! The new xorgs came just in time :D Thank you. That is exactly
> what I was looking for.
=8^) I was thinking just how coincidental it seemed, when I saw that in
the RSS scroller (knewsticker). I clicked on it, hardly daring to believe
the luck. When I saw it matched, the next problem was trying to remember
which of several lists I'd seen the request on and finding the thread.
Then I had to hope you hadn't quite reading, as it would have been
frustrating to think you'd been so close... and not knowing if you'd
So, I'm glad you replied, to let me know you got the message. Do let us
know how it works, as this is just the sort of trick I like to keep up my
sleeve for those unexpected situations -- offhand comments in a newsgroup
thread mentioning something someone's trying to do, etc. Having a few of
these sorts of tricks around can GREATLY enhance one's reputation as a
"magician" (aka geek god, aka guru)! =8^)
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