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Old 9th April 2009, 02:25 AM
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Folks to avoid confusion, I think I'm going to close this thread. The last new information is from January, and while that's relatively recent, I think that it might result in issues like the one in the last few posts, a newcomer posting a new issue because it's pulse related. The thread originated in 2007, so I think it served it's original purpose.

If any of you think that this is REALLY wrong, you can PM me, but I probably won't see it till tomorrow.

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