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Leendert Kip Double posts in Forum.
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Last edited on 6th Jan, 2011 15:48

Since yesterday I see that my posts in the Forum this appears twice. I checked carefully that I only press once on the create button. Any idea about the cause?


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thedillpickl RE: Double posts in Forum.
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Use of more than one forum at a time or over use of just one forum has been known to cause a condition known as Hyperclickamousemytosis. This is caused by irritated sensory nerves in the fingers. Resulting in loss of the sense of touch in the finger tips. Also there is an associated twitch in the affected hand.

The only known cure is extreme. It involves a spouse or close friend hiding the mouse of the affected person for at least thirty days or until symptoms are relieved. This forces the affected person to use the keyboard for computer control, thus slowing down the whole process. All alcoholic beverages and sharp objects should be removed from the immediate area before attempting this.

Hope this helps!


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Maurice Joyce RE: Double posts in Forum.
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Just plain Double Dutch to me!

On a serious note I have hidden them for U & adjusted the scores. Think I have found them all?

Hope U both had a nice "Holiday Season"

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Leendert Kip Double posts in Forum.
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Last edited on 6th Jan, 2011 19:57
on 6th Jan, 2011 18:53, thedillpickl wrote:
The only known cure is extreme. It involves a spouse or close friend hiding the mouse of the affected person for at least thirty days or until symptoms are relieved. This forces the affected person to use the keyboard for computer control, thus slowing down the whole process. All alcoholic beverages and sharp objects should be removed from the immediate area before attempting this.Hope this helps!Fred

No Fred, this will not help but make it wors!! One month without my mouse AND my French Cognac!No, please don't let me suffer that much!

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Leendert Kip Double posts in Forum.
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on 6th Jan, 2011 19:02, Maurice Joyce wrote:
Just plain Double Dutch to me!On a serious note I have hidden them for U & adjusted the scores. Think I have found them all?Hope U both had a nice "Holiday Season"

Thank you Maurice. I had a good holiday WITH my mouse and French Cognac...


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thedillpickl RE: Double posts in Forum.
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@Leendert Kip, OK, we'll try it your way. In retrospect, perhaps a snifter of cognac might steady your hand. :)

@Maurice, holidays were good, hope you and Leendert enjoyed yours also.


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