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    Good luck with the post-grad.

    I'll miss you from the site, but I'm sure you'll be back You might even persuade your Bro to get a computer ???


    Good luck,

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    Good luck in your career.
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    Active....you will be missed. It has been a pleasure knowing you and I wish you the best!

    As to the issue of my son. He is very smart. He is very talented. At the time, He is very confused about the rules of life...he will be fine. I have never stopped supporting him emotionally or otherwise and I won't. I have to do my job as a mother to raise him to be a responsible adult and I cannot do that without teaching him right from wrong. I love him very, very much but I need to help him grow up. He will go far in life if I do my job right....if I don't I will have failed him.

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    See ya Active. Good luck, but more impotantly, have fun! (and get your bro to by a computer )

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    Well, nice knowing you Active, I bet you will still return here at times, anyway thanks for wishing me good luck, so Good luck to you too! Kedux is not coming for sure, there's already too many Unix variants out there
    I had estimated to leave this flat at Tuesday next week and head for Åland, but plans changed, i'll leave already on Saturday so i guess it also means i'll be gone from this forum for some months, but i'll drop by at times
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    Bye Active and good luck You'll be back...

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    As Arnie said...

    Good luck with everything Active! And thanks for your kind words about me being a geek
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    i will miss you mate and i hope that you get on well in the future, i hope that you will come back, but if i don't hear from you enjoy your life to the full

    Bye

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    I don't hold any hard feelings about that thread we argued in Active... I would with most people (believe me) but not with you for some reason. Shame to see you go, hurry up and get a computer at your new place =)

    See ya around.
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    I'll really miss you Active..
    You were a great freind.. especially for the Caltiger crack!!

    Hope we will meet somewhere in B'lore (There is a good reason for that)

    And yes I will not post rude apps again !!


    BESTOFLUCK!!!!

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    ... and have fun in B'lore..

    its a cool city.. in all regards

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    chenko
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    huh? ....as normal....

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    Yet again, Behemoth arrives too late...

    Good luck Active, we will meet again soon...

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    I am back !

    Hi folks ,

    Thanks, Thanks for your kind words
    Forgive my Impudence, I was actually unable to reply you that day
    because I was in a real hurry. My brother was to pick me up two days
    later, but with no one's choice of turn of events he turned up early
    and had to leave immediately (Remember: I had to go with him!). The
    next immediate hours were spent contacting my friends and sharing my
    surprise. It was then I came here and posted this message. I had to
    sleep early because we had to start our journey early next day.

    What's New in the forums ? How are you guys ?
    How about our american friends ? I hope everyone are safe.

    I am actually typing this from my friend's house, Bangalore.
    I will have to leave now in a few minutes.

    Some of you have emailed me, sorry for you guys. I cannot possibly reply
    you even now. Yours is lost in the 300 or so messages in my inbox.
    Though I could not individually reply to you all, I would say...

    CHEERS !

    {Meet you later}
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    By the way, What happened to Anoop007 ? He hasn't replied since 07-31-2001.

    As I go through some emails, I mostly found questions regarding how
    the vbwforums tools add option to right click context menu of IE.


    plenderj :
    That was no big deal.
    Here goes the explanation,

    With the release of Internet Explorer 5.0, Microsoft has made it possible for you to define your own static context menu items. It's as simple as adding a new registry key at the following location:

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER
    SOFTWARE
    Microsoft
    Internet Explorer
    MenuExt

    The default value for the key can be either a URL or a program. An additional key called contexts must also be present. This key contains a binary value that determines to which context menu (Internet Explorer provides several, depending on the circumstances) you want to add the new menu item. The values are:

    Context Menu
    Value

    Default
    0x01

    Image
    0x02

    Control
    0x04 <--- I used this one

    Table
    0x08

    Selected Text
    0x10

    Hyperlink
    0x20
    Source


    Regarding others request for using the code in your projects you are
    welcome to do so
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    Well I remember you even if no one else does!!

    It's good to hear from you again Active.
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    Thanks

    I am waiting for the others, where are they
    parksie, katie (Ok , i think it's too early) and our one and only honeybee !
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    Well hello there You staying long?
    Harry.

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    Hey Active, I'm here

    I've got a job now so I can only go on after about 5-ish.

    So how are you? Had a fun break?
    I refuse to tie my hands behind my back and hear somebody say "Bend Over, Boy, Because You Have It Coming To You".
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    Welcome back

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    what the who?
    in watermelon sugar the deeds were done and done again as my life is done in watermelon sugar.

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    If I am right , He/She is the one who made the color gradient tool that you used for your signature.

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    Howdy Active! It's good to see you back.

    SD
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    Yep, everyone remembers Active
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    writing software in C++ is like driving rivets into steel beam with a toothpick.
    writing haskell makes your life easier:
    reverse (p (6*9)) where p x|x==0=""|True=chr (48+z): p y where (y,z)=divMod x 13
    To throw away OOP for low level languages is myopia, to keep OOP is hyperopia. To throw away OOP for a high level language is insight.

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    Welcome back

    Originally posted by Active
    By the way, What happened to Anoop007 ? He hasn't replied since 07-31-2001.
    Anoop is very busy with his school studies etc.. i get occasonal emails from him... just they are *very* short

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    Welcome active, I never really got a chance to meet you..

    I'm kind of new here (3 months) and I'm a chit-chat junkie who has very little programming ability although I intend on learning more

    watch out for the Linux hating, napster hating, masturbation hating guy we love to pick on, aknisely

    or the overobsessed with posting Filburt1
    I'm bringing geeky back...

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