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Again, welcome! Vlfunk 22:27, 4 May 2011 (UTC)
Hi! I just wanted to take a second and thank you for jumping in and doing so much in the wiki and forums as of late. It's great to see new "faces" on occasion and we're glad to have your thoughts and input. I wanted to share something you might want to know - I saw that you are manually putting in your name and date after comments on talk pages, and thought you might be interested in knowing that there's an automated way you can do that. When you add a comment to a talk page, add four ~ (tilde) marks to the end of your comments, and it automatically puts your username and date of edit in. It's a handy tip! Then you don't have to type all that in. Anyway, thanks again for all you contribute! janellv 05:35, 11 June 2011 (UTC)
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