Hello. Anyone home?

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Hello. Anyone home?

Post by bruce1951 » Wed 11 Jan 2017 12:05

Am I the only one working? I come past here several times a day to see what I can learn. Seems no one has problems. I guess that's a good thing. But I do get lonely and an inferiority complex when I think I'm the only one having problems. :cry:

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Re: Hello. Anyone home?

Post by rail4you » Wed 11 Jan 2017 13:41

I have many questions to ask. I find forum is quiet too.

Where is Herbert123? I really miss your wonderful thoughts and tips. I hope Herbert123 will write a book about photoline someday.

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Re: Hello. Anyone home?

Post by photoken » Wed 11 Jan 2017 21:51

Hi y'all, and best wishes for the New Year to all!

I'm home...things are nice and quiet all over the PL forums.

If anyone's got questions, fire away.
Yes, I think it can be eeeeeasily done....
Just take everything out on Highway 61.

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Post by Hoogo » Thu 12 Jan 2017 01:21

Have been away for half a year, now I've got plenty of stuff to read ;)
Herr Doktor, ich bin mir ganz sicher, ich habe Atom! /Doctor, doctor, I'm sure, I've got atoms!

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Post by Elizabeth79 » Fri 13 Jan 2017 10:30

I've been lurking this forum for a while now and, yeah, forum is pretty quiet but very knowledgeable. There's a lot of useful things here and I am thankful for it. :)

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Re: Hello. Anyone home?

Post by Alan9940 » Thu 26 Jan 2017 00:39

I've been very busy lately with a few...dare I say here...film related projects, and I've gotten myself involved with beta testing a couple more pieces of software in addition to the one I've been testing for many years. I don't use PL as much as I used to, but I do try to stop by here every 2 - 3 weeks when I get a chance. That said, IMO there is much valuable information on these boards that could keep one busy for awhile; review the various "Experiments" that Ken and I worked on, try for yourself, and see if you can improve upon the techniques presented. If you feel you've got some useful information to add, please present here.

Thank you.

Kind regards,