Stepping on people?

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    Stepping on people?

    I am new to this forum, and i feel bad when i reply at the same time someone else is replying...i feeling like i am am competing, or stepping on others!!!

    If you feel that i am, i am sorry, i am just reading through problems and trying to help!!!

    anyway....

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    no ....not like that ,think positive......you post will be another option for user to learn another new thing ,quit useful ~~sppt u

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    * Moved to General Discussions *

    No, that is fine, though of course it would be pointless to reply essentially the same thing as another person who posted quite some time (hours?) before you did.
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    also added a link to the forum, on my page...

    also added the banner to it and kept the aspect ratio just to make sure it looked ok, hope it is not a prob!

    if anyone has a prob with it, i will remove it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crossfire View Post
    I am new to this forum, and i feel bad when i reply at the same time someone else is replying...i feeling like i am am competing, or stepping on others!!!
    I just read the first post in the thread and answer without reading the other posts. So I'm a pretty bad offender in this regard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crossfire View Post
    also added a link to the forum, on my page...

    also added the banner to it and kept the aspect ratio just to make sure it looked ok, hope it is not a prob!

    if anyone has a prob with it, i will remove it!

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