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    Nah, mate, it's YOU. It's Australian for saying "I'm going to do the same as CAD64 has done in the past".

    Goes back a long while ago when CarlB suggested in a thread that a lisp would be the way to solve whatever the problem was. And you responded with "I'm looking forward to seeing that lisp from you CarlB".

    Get the picture now?

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    Better than mine too!

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    I'll try and find it later. Dunno how far back I'm going to have to go though.

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    yeah alan, you were , my quick easy lisp quip. really wasn't that easy in the end.

    tried a couple of ways, but the easyest was just to change the font of the original style....

    been a hectic poets day arvo. .dada da da had a little drink about an hour ago and its gone straight to my head...da da dada
    If at first you don't succeed, then maybe failure is more your style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PS_Port View Post
    tried a couple of ways, but the easyest was just to change the font of the original style....
    I thought that would be the case.

    Glad to hear I'm not the only one with a poets day, I was begining to think I was alone.
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    Hell, my one and only steady support here suffers from **** Off EarlyTomorrows Saturday. Paul, you are becoming too pom-ised.

    Re the lisp, easy to volunteer, never easy to produce. I keep having these arguements with Tiger, "don't ever let me volunteer to write a lisp", She keeps ignoring me, and I keep getting caught.

    But in the end, when you produce something that works, you do feel justifiably proud.

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    you cannot suffer from poets day. It is there to be enjoyed!

    Having said that, I didn't get away 'till 5pm tonight, 2 HOURS after normal Friday finish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alijahed View Post
    ... I had forgot that useful command (Attsync) ....
    There's another useful thing for managing attributes. Its name is Block Attribute Manager. Command line: battman
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