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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".
    Yes. I don't read every thread, but I've noticed this a few times. I've wondered if perhaps someone else shouldn't suggest they say 'Thank You' before asking another question. At least on this forum it is common courtesy to express it, that is, most show they are quite thankful for the help. Of course, if they are donating, then that might be thanks enough.
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    Lol @ last part.

    That's why this idea is good.
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    I second the thanks too! I know time is valuable so I make sure to be thankful!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tmelancon View Post
    I second the thanks too! I know time is valuable so I make sure to be thankful!
    This. This.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cad64 View Post
    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.

    Sorry for the detour.
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    I think (and probably several others as well) that a AutoCAD LT customization forum would be very popular. There's a lot of LT users out there that would probably find it nice to be able to use a forum focused on LT only. This entire website is mostly based on people who have the full version of AutoCAD so why not make something to help us who are limited to LT only? Or change the CUI, hatches, line types, and macros forum to AutoCAD LT, CUI, and Macros and direct people elsewhere for hatches and line types. Just an idea so those who are only on LT that don't know where to look will find it in the search engines or from browsing your site and go "OH THIS IS WHAT I'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR ALL FREAKIN' DAY" or somewhere along those lines.
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    There are websites dedicated entirely to LT. I'm sure you've encountered them in your travels right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    There are websites dedicated entirely to LT. I'm sure you've encountered them in your travels right?
    Yes I have, however, I really love CAD Tutor and I would love to see something like this come about.
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    You can create a Poll and see what other members think of the idea and/or contact David Watson and put the question directly to him. I'll support you for what that might be worth.
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    I'd like to add my voice against facebook and twitter as well. They turn me away from a lot of other sites. (But then again, being a nerd doesn't require social behavior.

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