For what its worth, thanks AJ and others for the time you put into replying 
queries daily.  I find often I don't have to ask because if someone hasn't 
already asked it someone else will soon ask.  Not to mention, but I will, 
some of your responses (all of you) leaves me saying " I didn''t know you 
could do that" or "so that's how its done".



On Monday 28 August 2006 10:47, Andreas Jung wrote:
> --On 28. August 2006 07:41:03 -0700 Dennis Allison
> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > AJ --
> >
> > You are, of course, correct.  I wanted Gaute to take a look at the
> > actual code and proceed from there.  Docfinder is also a useful approach
> > for learning about the system.
> >
> > Gaute --
> >
> > If you are a frequent reader of this list, you know that AJ's style is to
> > encourage posters to 1) be complete and precise in the questions they
> > post and 2) provide just enough infomration for the poster to discover
> > the answer to his/her post himself.  This is an excellent pedagogical
> > strategy but sometimes is frustrating.
> No, it's personal laziness to provide the food bite-size :-)
> Andreas

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