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Magosis

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Hi all, I'm sorry for how long I was away, I've been dealing with some real odd personal issues lately but i've returned and I plan to finaly update the flash tutorials :blink:. I also hope to final get around to that PHP tutorial I wanted to mkae a long time ago, although I'm not sure if soem one else has beat me too it or not :whistling:



It's great to be back, What'de I miss?
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sari

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Magosis,

Welcome back to Geeks to Go :whistling:
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dsenette

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welcome back tutorial master
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Welcome back to the Trusted Tech Team
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Magosis

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Thank you all :whistling: I missed this community. sadly my work is still surfcontrolling it though so i am un able to post from one of my jobs -.-
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Sounds great but how will one know when there is a new tutorial done by you? A lot get missed because people think that a tuturial placed is the one they have seen before unchanged since way back. Perhaps if this site did a tutorial forum then(or a tutorial listing then), where the contents could be linked back to wherever the original thread or post was. (For example "how to repair with an XPcd" could be where it is now but also it could be listed as I have mentioned so that somebody who doesn't have a problem to deal with but only wants to find something to read though could find it.)

Edited by fleamailman, 19 July 2006 - 06:37 PM.

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Johanna

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I will be one of the first readers of your php tutorial. Glad to see you again!

Johanna
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welcome back! :whistling:

I will be one of the first readers of your php tutorial.

not if i can beat you to it! :blink:

James

Edited by james_8970, 19 July 2006 - 07:19 PM.

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Mag!!!!!!!!!!! :whistling: :blink: Welcome back hon! :help:
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