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I was going to point to an alternative but I seem to have seen it before!!
Nice to see it's getting more exposure!
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I see what you mean Steve, it is a dead ringer For your tutorial,they could have acknowledged that.Thought it looked familar but at least they did not claim credit for it.Thank you for all your time and shared expertise .........Ken
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