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Month: May 2011

Re: [trinity-users] donation problem

From: Felmon Davis <davisf@...>
Date: Sun, 8 May 2011 01:00:16 -0400 (EDT)
On Sat, 7 May 2011, Lisi wrote:

> On Saturday 07 May 2011 04:37:01 Felmon Davis wrote:
>> and all of this after I posed a question a couple of weeks ago which
>> went unresponded to.
> I have all the mails I have received from this list since I first joined at
> the beginning of last October, but this is the first email I have received
> from you under this name.  It would appear that your mail somehow went
> astray. :-(

nope. it was distributed april 23 under the subject-line 'loss of 

>> I am really feeling unwanted!
> Oh, don't do that!
> When people don't answer it generally is for one of two reasons:  the email
> didn't arrive (which it would appear may have happened in this case) or
> no-one knew the answer.  Imagine if each of us replied "I don't know" to
> every question to which we did not know the answer.  The emails saying "I
> don't know" would outnumber by an order or two of magnitude the emails
> containing useful information.  Rarely, if ever, is it because someone is
> unwanted!!

I know. I was being facetious. (I tend not to use emoticons. <g>)

> Anyhow, _I_ want you.  The more knowledgeable people we have on this list, the
> greater the chance of my (inane?) questions getting an answer.  And the more
> people who use and support Trinity, the greater the chance that it will
> survive and prosper.

I have worked out arrangements with Tim Pearson.

my question remains unanswered but I haven't had time to fool with the 
issue. klibido allows downloading binaries from newsgroups and after 
the install of the trinity desktop, I cannot type in any letters in 
the space used for filtering newsgroup messages. no other app has this 
problem so far. I may try reinstalling klibido but that seems 
ham-fisted and I have to be careful not to lose the indexes I have.

btw I am using the USA (alt-intl) keyboard layout.


Felmon Davis

It is impossible for an optimist to be pleasantly surprised.