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I was not, nor am I now, in any way trying to be offensive. If I was, you would've known it for sure.

Sometimes things seem a little different in text, than they do if I were to say them(you can't exactly hear my tone of voice now can you?).

Please note that none of the words in the sentance "You're not listening." were CAPITALIZED, in bold or italic type, or a different color.

As for me misunderstanding your question in regards to 'resuming', I don't think I did.

You said you would like to allow users to upload files in 'in increments, so you can print messages that the user sees?', which seems to indicate to me that you want your users to upload a part of a file, see some kind of message, and then upload another part of a file.

"Disclaimer: Don't blame, it came from inside the void"
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In reply to (crazyinsomniac) Re: (2) Not listening. by crazyinsomniac
in thread File upload progress? by batmonk

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