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Why don't you ever accept solutions?

I see in your request history, that several people give you solutions to your issues, but you never do anything with them, even a rejection is better than leaving it hanging in limbo. Please......

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  • John Dean
    John Dean Apr 23, 2008

    It was for harikreative but I was new, and just frustrated that nobody would rate any solutions I posted, looking at this person's history showed that they never rated any of the solutions offered to them, even though they posted several questions. Not a big deal, I was just wondering what they were doing in a forum like this, but did not reply to any solutions.



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who are you refering to? sorry, i just got curious...

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