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Some comments received from Fusion users. These are from the NetObjects Newsgroups.

We know our stuff!

Thanks so much! I've being trying to get that right for ages!!!!!
Brilliant and thanks for a swift reply too!
Rob (Dec 13, 2006)

Many thanks - sometimes you need someone to make you see the blindingly obvious.
My problem was I still thinking in java script mode.
Tutorials also very useful - learnt a few more things about NOF9 along the way.
Thanks again Peter (Nov 21, 2006)

Thanks for the fast reply, everything is ok now, no more pulling my hair out.

Beau (Sep 10, 2005)

Thank you so much!!!!  Can't thank you enough for your help. You're an angel!!!

Mollie (Nov 18, 2005)

Chuck! Sorry I'm such a nit. Works Great - What do you think.

Thanks for your patience!!!!!

Grant (Aug 29, 2005)

Sweet!! Thanks Chuck. That did it!! I was looking in the 600+ page manual and could not locate it.

Chad (Sep 23, 2005)

I've been a complete melon!...  You're absolutely right.  I've missed out the connection string! It now works! I'm now off to up my medication ;-)

Cheers for your help again.

Chris.(Aug 23, 2005)

Hi Chuck,

Not sure where you are but, presumably you heard the DOHHHH!!!!! It
helps to SELECT the group to apply the properties to, doesn't it.....

Mea Culpa Thanks for the assist, nothing worse than being on your own in an hotel
room thinking.... why,... oh why... :-)
Ted (Aug 12, 2005)

All the years I've been using NOF and I never realised that you could do that!
Andy (Sep 10, 2005)

That worked! Now I can control all the spaces and take out the dagger! You guys are really on this... Great to know there's a resource like this around.
Please keep up the good work! - GW (Aug 12, 2005)

We speak PHP

Thank you. That makes all the sense in the world. I never cut and paste from word but from a text file with no formatting but I know someone who did!!!  :O)
Lorri (Aug 9, 2005)

Oh my goodness...such a simple solution! I can't believe I was driving myself crazy with this by over thinking the problem. Thank you so much for your help!
Mike (Aug 7, 2005)

Thanks for staying with me on this Chuck. It's the most progress I've made in a week.
KC (Aug 4, 2005)

Thank you that is the exact answer I was looking for it was a difficult question for me to phrase without it sounding stupid but I appreciate your response.
Shane (Mar 6, 2005)

Thank you very much, Chuck. You are most helpful and professional.
John (Jun 27, 2005)

Eureka!! I said I was a bit thick. I stripped of the extraneous <A HREF etc and that did the trick. Of course it did !!!
Thanks Chuck ... the sky is the limit now ;-)
Ritch (Oct 18, 2004)

Well Chuck once again thank you. My partner just read my questions that I posted on the net. His response was dahhhhhhhhhh !!!!!!!! He says thanks for explaining it to me, cause he could not get through to me. He says you made it "Murphy proof".
Denise (Oct 22, 2004)

No! wait! There was an action set still, and after I removed it,. the home page now centers. Now I am hunting for the culprit in another page, and cannot find, it, but so far at least, I am getting closer to my solution!!!

finally, thank you, thank you, thank you
Brandon (Oct 15, 2004)

Just to let you know after deleting the preview/local publish data, the bad images are still happening after I did a remote publish again.

However, I clicked the "Passive mode for FTP" and re-do again, the problem is GONE.

It is fine now and just want to share with you on the outcome.


Terence (Oct 12, 2004)

Once again your fix worked!!!......  Thanks Chuck.

John D (Oct 5, 2004)

I bought (AllWebMenus Pro) AWM this week and had a few questions. Chuck (BeyondFusion) answered these really quickly and I want to say a big "Thank You". This group is outstanding and its team of experts are fantastic. Much
Howard H (Oct 23, 2004)

Ahhh, ok. No wonder I can't make it work!

That's all I needed to know.

Thanks much Chuck,
~Kitty (Oct 16, 2004)

Thanks Chuck, easy when someone shows you, appreciate your help.

Best Wishes
Alf J (Oct 19, 2004)

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