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Please note that many, if not all, of the topics in this section are not intended to be "to and fro" discussions as such, but are intended to be either:

- for information, interest or advice


- a "survey" as a form of "poll" where people start the topic by asking members to give their opinion on or list something.


If something in one of the thse topics prompts you to ask a question, especially if it may deviate away (or become OT = "Off Topic") from the original post, please start a new topic with your question - you can always link to the the topic here if you think it might help explain where you're coming from. This will help keep the survey topics tidier and easier to read for others, without veering away from what the topic was intended for.


I will therefore manually add a prefix of [sURVEY] to those topics in this section and which are more like polls, so that everyone may recognise that they're not meant for asking questions or otherwise discussing but are meant for adding your own reply to the question(s) asked.


If you want to post a topic anywhere in the forum which is more like a survey, please put "[sURVEY]" in front of your topic title, so that everyone can know what it is.


Thanks as always! :flowerface:


(belated DX in June '05, SPMS)

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