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    Sorry to bump, but has there been an update or conclusion to this thread...? (Has been over a month!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Mac View Post
    Thank you Lee.

    Is it worth deleting the Bump?
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    I think the issue with Facebook/Twitter/Whatever usage is that it would attract people who wouldn't benefit the Forums and start many threads that mean nothing.

    While there will be those who would want to positively contribue to the Forum, I could see people who would end up getting this site site block posting garbage.
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    I would just like to get a simple "Thank You" when I help someone to solve their problem. That's not too much to ask . . . Is it?
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    Alright.

    Thank you in advance of any help you give me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cad64 View Post
    "What would you like?"

    I would just like to get a simple "Thank You" when I help someone to solve their problem. That's not too much to ask . . . Is it?
    Thanks Button makes it easy and convenient to thank someone without having to post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Roy View Post
    Thanks Button makes it easy and convenient to thank someone without having to post.
    Well, the guys I'm referring to probably wouldn't even use the button. They just take my help and then come back a few days later asking more questions, with never so much as a "Thanks".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cad64 View Post
    Well, the guys I'm referring to probably wouldn't even use the button. They just take my help and then come back a few days later asking more questions, with never so much as a "Thanks".
    Lol, you get that too, huh?

    I like the idea of a Thanks button. They have something similar to this over at the RevitForum.org site, and what's good about it you can filter searches with this as a filter option. When someone has a golden tip, more people will respond and makes it easy for others to easily find these types of invaluable responses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StykFacE View Post
    Lol, you get that too, huh?
    Yeah, there are a couple of guys who have made a habit of picking my brain without thanking me for my time. I guess I just feel like they're taking advantage and I'm tired of it. They are definitely the exception though, not the rule. 99.9% of the members here are great. It's just that 0.1% that gets under my skin.

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