GlobalForce!

Discussion in 'ten-forward' started by snowbound, Mar 20, 2006.

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  1. snowbound

    snowbound Retired Moderator

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    BeetleBoss She who posts lots of <I>Smileys</I>

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  3. Devinco

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    [MOVE]Congratulations GlobalForce!! :)
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  4. StevieO

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    Ahh, but you're not counting ALL those not logged in posts made by, Me /GlobalForce and the like. If you add those on he must have past 1k ages ago !

    He's helped me out too.

    Thanks GF


    StevieO
     
  5. beetlejuice

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    Congrats GlobalForce.
     
  6. bigbuck

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    Well done GF! You are one of the most helpful blokes at Wilders!
    Cheers and Warm regards,
    Brad.
     
  7. ronjor

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    Congrats Steve! :thumb: :D
     
  8. WSFuser

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    congrats GlobalForce! keep up the great work.
     
  9. rdsu

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    Congratulations, GlobalForce! ;)
     
  10. ~*Nat*~

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    Hello Mr. DarkEye, ;)

    You have taught me alot and will be always grateful for this. :)

    But tell me. After all this time....dragging it on and on... to hit the "big number" 1000...I can't help but suspect you're suffering from a number-phobia.(Arithmophobia) :eek: :D


    Just teasing, but the list goes on........:eek:


    http://www.phobialist.com/

    (For example: Big Ed has Anemophobia. = Fear of Air Drafts or Wind :doubt: )


    Anyways...! :D .......


    http://img112.imageshack.us/img112/4288/congrats8ye.jpg
     
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    Congrats! Always good posts, I hope to see more very soon ;)
     
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  13. GlobalForce

    GlobalForce Regular Poster

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    Hi Everybody! Thank's for the support!
    ~ It's been a great two year's! ~



    To You All .... Captain Snowbound (we share some sort of affinity for doing what we do, ay buddy? Good to see you back in Blue) .... Lady BeetleBoss .... On the *security fast-track* Devinco (what I tell ya) .... security informant all-around clear and candid poster, StevieO (I have yet to help you directly, but there's time) .... Mr. Beetlejuice (you've been coming here a long time, ay Old Faithful) .... so are you Brad, good balance of humor, assistance, and the ability to track down just the right W's link when requested. You do spend too much time here ya know! :D .... Haven't run into either you Fuser (aside from once in Ten-Four and a short duet in Software) or you Vampiric Crow, but am happy to see you both doing well, helping other's and offering your own individual style's of friendly, useful support. Keep up the good work! :thumb: Notok, anyone (well almost anyone if you follow) could admire your carefully composed, well thought phrasing and ability to keep subject matter on course during discussion, a worthy attribute indeed. Continue keeping any "presumptuous" statement's in check, your good at it! ;) Rita! Lovely words from our forum angel, too kind YOU!
    Superb choice of image's too Rita (boy, sure could use some of that Spring sunshine about now, your second ~ listened to ~ daily).

    Thankyou All from the bottom of my blue-blood pitter-patter!

    Learning new thing's is nothing NOT to share Nat. All anyone need keep in mind when aiding you is to *include* you. :) There's never any shortage of member's whom are more than willing to assist with your concern's. BTW .... maybe a pinch number phobia? :D Under my new lease, I can let any possibility sink into the post-count abyss.

    Last but hardly least, you Ron. Though I don't recall ever offering you a formal *pat on the back,* I do highly commend your daily (not sure how you do this) commitment toward's providing the W's forest with the latest security related article's, while remaining organized enough to address anyone arriving here in search of help with your courteous and professional demeanor (this include's taking charge, exercising discretion, and making tough decision's)! Ah, but there are still many mile's ahead .... ONWARD! :D


    Thank's again everyone! Take good care, it's been a pleasure!



    me
     
  14. eyes-open

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    Congratulations GlobalForce
     

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    Thankyou both eyes-open, Curt. ;)

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  17. wildman

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    :thumb: Congrats. & keep them coming!

    Thanks
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  18. GlobalForce

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    Thankyou also Wildman. :)

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  19. iceni60

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    here's a present :D

    it's tab complete for DOS (so instead of having to type everything in a DOS prompt you just type the first 2 or 3 letters then hit the TAB key to automatically complete the word) :cool:

    Something that I love from the *nix world is tab completion. CMD.EXE has that
    although its not always enabled. This is very easy to change. Type 'regedit'
    in CMD.EXE and it will open up the registry editor. Then go to:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE> SOFTWARE> Microsoft> Command Processor> CompletionChar
    and
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE> SOFTWARE> Microsoft> Command Processor> PathCompletionChar

    Then change these values to 9 with the hexidecimal radio button selected. When
    you click ok, the next time you open CMD.EXE you will have tab completion.


    it's from here
    http://www.infonomicon.org/text/cmd_linux.txt
     
  20. dog

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    LOL ... Congrats Steve - Although I congratulated you a loooonnnngggg time ago - Privately (Remember?)

    With all those guests posts you'd be easily at 3000.

    You do good work, always going the extra mile (or ten) to help.

    Keep up my friend :) Your efforts have earn you a lot of respect. ;)

    Warm Regards;

    Steve
     
  21. Trooper

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    Congrats to you man. Good job. :D
     
  22. GlobalForce

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    Thank you Trooper. Happy to see you enjoying the forum's. :)

    S.
     
  23. GlobalForce

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    [glow=navy] "Surprise ~ Surprise oh Mighty Freeware Hunter!"[/glow]

    How you been buddy .... working hard on escaping GUI's? :cool:


    I've seen that mentioned (/f:eek:n <- smiley code :D current session) running cmd help only to continue hitting *any key* another x time's thinking .... know there's purpose in here somewhere .... do I or will I ever have the time or need to apply any of it? That was then. Nice of you to shed some light passing the idea of *baptized,* switch included, auto-complete command's (pretty slick slim). This is a lot better for me though than any new "do everything for me" type program, and a novel way of customizing the way some of us use the prompt, thank's J. :ninja::D

    Thank's aside for all the cool tip's, diverse/useful software (the majority of which you provide comment's via first hand experience, not website quote's that alway's make me feel like someone's out goat'in guinea pig's :cautious:), and light-hearted, easy going air you've unselfishly shared with everyone here on the forum, myself included.

    Alway's good to see you signed in buddy, stay cool! :thumb:




    GF to YOU! :D:-*
     
  24. GlobalForce

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    "Like an Elephant" Loyal Comrad!
    Never a doubt about your choice of *nic!*



    My apologie's for getting back so late to thank you for your generous thought's and approval Steve. It's been an educational experience since the early day's of my stay when you were instrumental in nuturing the "if you've asked for help and received that which you sought, consider passing the gesture along should the circumstance present itself" state of mind (unspoken understanding) .... an attitude we among many good soul's here share.

    Now closer friend, and I let you in on something. Back when your congratulatory threads were current was it ever my intention to miss conveying favor for your obviously dynamic social skills, or sense of duty concerning community issue's (good having someone like you here on the forum's). I felt pretty bad not having the words come to me then though I would hope you weren't second guessing my thought's, never the case. In your honor and everyone else who put's in a genuine effort to help someone, whether it be online or during the course of daily existence, please accept this refresher of a passage my mentor and I have tried to adhere, living out each and every day ....

    ~~~~~~~

    "It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles,

    or where the doer of deeds could have done them better.


    The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena,

    whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood;

    who strives valiantly; who errs, and comes short again and again,

    because there is no effort without error and shortcoming;

    but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows the great enthusiasms,

    the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause;

    who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement,

    and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly,

    so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls

    who know neither victory nor defeat."


    ~~~~~~~

    I trust you know the name and to whom this passage belong's?
    Keep up the good work yourself. I'll be watching for your Administrative *bump!* :thumb:
    ~
    Health and Happiness fellow forum Faithful to you and all those around you
    who make putting in "the effort" a worthwhile endeavor.






    Yes :D warm regard's ;)
    Steve
     
  25. Marja

    Marja Honestly, I'm not a bot!!

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    THANKS!!

    FOR ALL THE HELP YOU HAVE GIVEN ME-

    IN PUTERDOM AND PERSONALLY!

    (That's easily another 4000 posts!:eek::D)

    YOU ARE ONE VERY SPECIAL MAN!!

    I am happy to say YOU

    Are My

    BEST FRIEND-

    A Great Teacher-

    and

    MORE!!

    Congrats! LynksHunter!!

    ALL THE BEST
    ALWAYS,
    STEVEN!

    LOVE,
    MARJA:-*
     

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