opacity fade object action command (Wishlist)

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Feb 6, 1999, 8:30pm

andras sarkozy

Feb 6, 1999, 9:22pm
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grover

Feb 7, 1999, 1:23am
Try *typing*, champ. Just a hint.

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Feb 7, 1999, 5:20am
Uh, I did...in the subject. Duh. Try READING, superchamp.

[View Quote] > Try *typing*, champ. Just a hint.

grover

Feb 7, 1999, 4:46pm
"opacity fade object action command" (?) Perhaps you'd like to
make yourself a little more clear than this? or follows it with
a <NT> like usenet protocol generally follows?

grover

[View Quote] > Uh, I did...in the subject. Duh. Try READING, superchamp.
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Feb 8, 1999, 2:27am
Gee, why is it Andras (a non-native-English-speaker, I might add) understood what I meant but YOU don't? Extrapolate a tad, grover...must be your narrow-minded "programming" mindset...or just your innate lameness? ;P What do you THINK I mean by "opacity fade object action command", hmm? Try and formulate the NEW idea, sport. YOU CAN DO IT!

[View Quote] > "opacity fade object action command" (?) Perhaps you'd like to
> make yourself a little more clear than this? or follows it with
> a <NT> like usenet protocol generally follows?
>
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andon coleman

Feb 13, 1999, 7:50am
I for one agree with grover, it's pretty lame that you couldn't take the
time to type OH MY GOD 4 more keys... Let's cout them :
1. <
2. N
3. T
4. >

It'd save me and others who have better things to do with our time than
to try and figure out if there's supposed to be something written there, a
lot of time.

Ahh ha, who's the LAMER now?
BTW, don't fool your self with such big words, your lack of maturity is
apparent all over these news groups.

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scented nectar

Feb 13, 1999, 8:46am
Hi, I'm curious, what's <NT>? I've never heard of this. Is this something
that indicates that the message's subject says it all and there was no need
to repeat it in the message body? Note, I'm not joining in the flaming
here, I really have never heard of this.

Scented Nectar

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andras sarkozy

Feb 13, 1999, 6:48pm
I guess - No Text :))


[View Quote] > Hi, I'm curious, what's <NT>? I've never heard of this. Is this something
> that indicates that the message's subject says it all and there was no need
> to repeat it in the message body? Note, I'm not joining in the flaming
> here, I really have never heard of this.
>
> Scented Nectar
>
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scented nectar

Feb 13, 1999, 8:44pm
Thanks. They say you learn something new each day. That's mine for the
day. :)

SN

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Feb 13, 1999, 9:50pm
[View Quote] > I for one agree with grover, it's pretty lame that you couldn't take the
> time to type OH MY GOD 4 more keys... Let's cout them :
> 1. <
> 2. N
> 3. T
> 4. >
>
> It'd save me and others who have better things to do with our time than
> to try and figure out if there's supposed to be something written there, a
> lot of time.

And <NT> means? There are already too many acronyms used for computing as it is, sport. GET THAT EXTRAPOLATION THING GOING, CHAMP. Hey, save yourself time and just don't read ANY of my post. Then it'll save ME time in having to RELPY to your lameness or set up a filter for you.

> Ahh ha, who's the LAMER now?

Uh, you are NOW. :)

> BTW, don't fool your self with such big words, your lack of maturity is
> apparent all over these news groups.

Maturity is relative. Wee...

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grover

Feb 16, 1999, 9:58pm
....well, actually I guess I will say something anyway- but the header really says it all :-)

<NT> means No Text. I often see it in usenet headers; whther it's "official" protocol or not, I have no clue. But it's very common on many groups, and a good idea for short answers on busy groups...

grover

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Feb 16, 1999, 11:26pm
Perhaps you should learn how to turn on line count (and/or size) of messages so you won't be so INCONVIENENCED by "empty" messages in the future. I would rather use the subject line only if my message is very short, than quote some big-ass message and have a stupid smiley or equally mindless one-word response using HTML page colors, a digital signature, and obnoxiously long sig, wasting inordinate amounts of bandwidth, time, and effort on the part of all who may come across such an annoyingly long message.

And I've never seen "<NT>" used on ANY group and I've frequented my share of newsgroups since probably '93 or so (before that I was on FidoNET and other bulletin board message networks), so it must be a fad or something.

[View Quote] > ...well, actually I guess I will say something anyway- but the header really says it all :-)
>
> <NT> means No Text. I often see it in usenet headers; whther it's "official" protocol or not, I have no clue. But it's very common on many groups, and a good idea for short answers on busy groups...

andras sarkozy

Feb 17, 1999, 7:13am
[View Quote] > Perhaps you should learn how to turn on line count (and/or size) of messages so you won't be so INCONVIENENCED by "empty" messages in the future. I would rather use the subject line only if my message is very short, than quote some big-ass message and have a stupid smiley or equally mindless one-word response using HTML page colors, a digital signature, and obnoxiously long sig, wasting inordinate amounts of bandwidth, time, and effort on the part of all who may come across such an annoyingly long message.

How about loosing that bloody "Organization" stuff you have???

>
>
> And I've never seen "<NT>" used on ANY group and I've frequented my share of newsgroups since probably '93 or so (before that I was on FidoNET and other bulletin board message networks), so it must be a fad or something.
>

It does not mean other ngs are not using it.

>
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Feb 17, 1999, 7:50am
Until everyone moves towards more efficient message posting, most of my organization field will stay. My messages still take up MUCH less space than ANY HTML-formatted messages. Plus my organization field doesn't get annoyingly quoted because people are too lazy to edit out sig files.

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