Personally, I don't have a clue what you are talking about. Here are some suggestions:
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Post a much more clear question about this to Seekers of Perl Wisdom. It may not show up right away as content there is "moderated" but, since you will have followed my previous advice, you'll be able to find your question in your list of write ups and can set your user settings (both from your home node) to notify you when someone replies, even if your question is never "approved".
I plan to delete this question (and my answer) when it appears that you've read my message (unless someone comes up with a better idea).
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