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Happy Birthday GhostMatrix!

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dragonmage
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Happy Birthday GhostMatrix!

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Thanks for all that you do around here. Hope you have a great birthday.
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Re: Happy Birthday GhostMatrix!

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Have a blessed one GM-Senpai
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Re: Happy Birthday GhostMatrix!

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Happy birthday!
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gschoppe
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Re: Happy Birthday GhostMatrix!

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Happy Birthday GM, and many returns
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Re: Happy Birthday GhostMatrix!

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GhostMatrix, and all other forum memebers

We know it is GM's B-Day, and to celebrate A Saphic Wide theme is now available for your selection in your forum options

Enjoy :D
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GhostMatrix
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Re: Happy Birthday GhostMatrix!

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Thanks guys !! :D

@ jsmorley

I have noticed that now your helping peoples with the RegExp codes ...
I don't know if it's the fact that you have improved your knowledges in parsing website pages by learning from my default droplets or ...
jsmorley wrote:Thanks much GM! Damn, I wish I could Vulcan Mind-Meld with you on how to use RegExp to parse websites
... you finally succeeded in doing your Vulcan thing on me and it rather worries me!
Me thinking to put a couple of sheets lead on the ceiling & walls to seal my room !! :P

GM
If at first you don't succeed; call it version 0.1

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Re: Happy Birthday GhostMatrix!

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GhostMatrix wrote:Thanks guys !! :D

@ jsmorley

I have noticed that now your helping peoples with the RegExp codes ...
I don't know if it's the fact that you have improved your knowledges in parsing website pages by learning from my default droplets or ... ... you finally succeeded in doing your Vulcan thing on me and it rather worries me!
Me thinking to put a couple of sheets lead on the ceiling & walls to seal my room !! :P

GM
I was annoyed that I was using other folk's RegExp codes without knowing how it all worked, so I took a day and just hunkered down with about 4 websites and just parsed every bit of information out of them that I could until I understood WebParser and how to use RegExp to parse any website. I'm still no expert on RegExp in general, but then we only use about 2% of its capabilities for WebParser. I used it in RainThemes too instead of more traditional "string search" tools just to learn a bit more.

That, and of course I hooked electrodes up to your head while you were sleeping... ;-)