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taffy078 [b]Off-Topic: general tech talk - July 2010
Contributor 27th Jul, 2010 19:19
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All I wanted to do was to thank Fred (& Anthony) for his SIW tip.

But I sneezed & hit "Accept" instead of "Reply"!

(1) Watch this space for an announcement for August.

(2) Is there software that will prevent sneezes? Joking of course!

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mogs RE: [b]Off-Topic: general tech talk - July 2010
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"This is a fine state of affairs Stanley "
Can you get an alarm gizmo attached to your synaptics pointer that goes off when approaching sensitive areas ? How about asking Secunia if they can attach a safety catch mechanism to the Accept button....something like it's got to be tapped six times to work ? Don't sprinkle pepper over your dinner and tinker with fine threads at the same time ? Have you been out walking the dog, without your hat on, in the pouring rain ?! There's all kinds of things might tickle or desensitize nasal membranes ? Has the Mrs changed her perfume ? Enough for a month ?! Next July get a better aftershave ?!!!

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taffy078 RE: [b]Off-Topic: general tech talk - July 2010
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on 28th Jul, 2010 00:58, mogs wrote:
"Can you get an alarm gizmo attached to your synaptics pointer that goes off when approaching sensitive areas ?

Step 1 - I need an old-fashioned mouse trap!
Step 2 - I will install gezundheit, as recommended by Anthony Wells. Bless you, Anthony.
Step 3 - I'll wait to see if Emil/Morten can fit the safety catch mechanism that you suggest, Mogs!

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taffy078 Off-Topic: general tech talk - July 2010
Contributor 28th Jul, 2010 09:57
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Following my geshundeit moment, this thread is now closed. The August thread has just started.

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