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Topic # 8780 29-Jul-2006 03:58
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http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=7107499611244156089&q=windows+2000+ad

LOL :D

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Reply # 42787 29-Jul-2006 10:29
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Very Funny 

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  Reply # 42796 29-Jul-2006 14:03
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Nope... turning off the HTML editor as well as Javascript doesn't seem to do the trick.




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 42797 29-Jul-2006 14:09
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It doesnt seem to load the video

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  Reply # 42798 29-Jul-2006 14:17
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No... have a vague recollection that Maurico said Javascript support is limited in the forums. Oh well, thought I'd try. Feel free to delete the post(s).




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Reply # 42801 29-Jul-2006 15:03
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You can enter a tag if you disable Javascript or uncheck the rich text editor before posting.

You can enable these again afterwards.






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