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Reoccurring Responses rdsok - any others? Rate Topic: -----

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    Posted 27 November 2009 - 10:21 PM

    First off, a huge thanks to rdsok and all the other selfless mentors and helpers here. This project has made my life as a technician better, and for that I thank you all. I have noticed, however, at least one person that uses copy and paste to help save time whilst dealing with common issues.

    rdsok said:

    UBCD4Win, arguably,has the most complete set of drivers...

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    Note.... to avoid confusion on what you are refering too..

    UBCD - is a DOS based boot CD with utils to repair / recover computers

    UBCD4Win - is a Windows based boot CD to also repair / recover computers and also can include UBCD with it...


    So when talking about UBCD4Win please don't call it UBCD since that is another project.


    So how many of these do you have, rdsok? Let's see the complete collection. ;)

    Does anyone else have something like this? Just curious.
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      Posted 27 November 2009 - 10:52 PM

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      Let's see the complete collection


      1. What source files are you using? Have they been modified?

      2. McDonald's coffee really is hot... and knives are sharp and may cut you.

      3. I have a kitty cat
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        Posted 27 November 2009 - 10:56 PM

        There are probably a ton of responses that could be standardized... but I seldom think of it in time that a response is needed... Still, much of the time, each situation being posted about is unique enough that we can't make a standard post for them.

        I do have a handful but the two you mentioned are the ones I actually use... I do need to start using one other more often...


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          Posted 27 November 2009 - 10:57 PM

          View Postpcuser, on 27 November 2009 - 09:52 PM, said:

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          Let's see the complete collection


          1. What source files are you using? Have they been modified?

          2. McDonald's coffee really is hot... and knives are sharp and may cut you.

          3. I have a kitty cat


          1. Ah yes, I have seen that.

          2. Saw that one very recently.

          3. o.0
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            Posted 28 November 2009 - 10:28 AM

            canned responses

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              Posted 28 November 2009 - 03:37 PM

              I've never taken the time to create canned responses, seems like too much effort sometimes? :wacko:
              However there is one that I use and I kinda hate to admit it. I use a canned response to people who donate to us. The message is updated every few months because over version changes or other things going on. I do throw in an extra thanks if it's a "big" donation. I felt a little bit bad that I couldn't take the time to write a special message to each donator but I've heard from many people over the years that my thanks was the first they had received after donating to other freeware programs/projects/etc. So that makes me feel a little better.
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