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Maybe i misintepret the meaning of your words "it was loads of fun". I wasnt misinformatign you in any way, why would i want to do that to the very person trying to help me in the first place in this thread(among other times)?
Sometimes i dotn really know what the problem is but that doesnt stop me to express theories or ideas as to what might be wrong. Iam not determine or 100% certain to what i say i just express a feeling and i was right here to say that the carp module wasnt the case here since that script died instanly.

I posted code in that thread after i was asked to do so, and i posted also here code by myself to show to you that i have tried uploading a simple test script in case it worked. And of course i meantioned in the other forum our conversation here so to help in this way the other helpers identify the problem more easy. I was told here by another guy that i when i cross post a question i must be relative from one to another, that speeds up solution

Iam not a liar at all, neither here or my personal life, maybe sometimes people misinterpret me. Its completely insane tryign to lie to someone that is tryiong to help me out on a persoanl matter and iam not insane(i like to think so).

In reply to Re^10: Weird error log message by Nik
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