thats great there are many sites that do that, Did you FIND? the site or are you the founder of the site? Since you do so well with images I think you should now move on to letters and numbers...Your first tutotial can be found right on this page...YES ITS TRUE...look in the header the big black box...with yellow type. When you can read that return to us for your second lesson
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Oh, they read it, and then still post. But we get them off of the forum pretty fast when they do. Kind of a cat-n-mouse game. They can't win and only stir animosity among the regulars. Oh well the forum must go on!
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