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#Actualslicer4ever

Posted 25 September 2012 - 05:38 AM

There's been many times that i've written out an potential explanation/helpful information in the quick reply for someone's problem, only to cancel out and erase everything without posting, simply because either someone else has already given an answer to a satisfactory(most commonly i realize this when i've read other's posts, begin to write mine, and realize i'm just re-iterating the same information.), or that the information i'm giving might not be accurate, so i rather sit on the topic, and see what other's say before i chime in(if i do at all).

however I do sometimes come across a thread where no one has responded, and I decide to toss my 0.02$ to try and help them=-).

#1slicer4ever

Posted 25 September 2012 - 05:38 AM

There's been many times that i've written out an potential explanation in the quick reply for someone's problem, only to cancel out and erase everything without posting, simply because either someone else has already given an answer to a satisfactory(most commonly i realize this when i've read other's posts, begin to write mine, and realize i'm just re-iterating the same information.), or that the information i'm giving might not be accurate, so i rather sit on the topic, and see what other's say before i chime in(if i do at all).

however I do sometimes come across a thread where no one has responded, and I decide to toss my 0.02$ to try and help them=-).

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