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beteljuice paper chase

Talk about anything that doesn't fit elsewhere - PLEASE don't put Cumulus queries in here!
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Re: beteljuice paper chase

Post by beteljuice »

First of all congratulations to those with the patience and wit to successfully complete the challenge :clap:

Mark (Crossley)
billy
HansR (with help :) )

Each week I will be 'redacting' the spoilers in reverse order, just to make things interesting for new participants.

Although born of boredom this did have a serious side 8-)

The beteljuice is not enamoured of the new default template, nor its coding - sorry guys :(

The intention was to 'showcase' customisations / add-ons and utilities so that newbies can see there is room for improvement so to speak, before they move on to their own / other templates and code philosophies - although I get the impression it was mostly old die hards who were viewing the paper-chase anyway !

Regard it as a social experiment on the Cumuls herd :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

BTW - the things beteljuice enjoyed the most was constructing all the different 'Red Herrings", which successful people won't have seen - shows my code fault finding history I suppose :geek:
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