Donations are always appreciated but not required, and I like it that way. As an unemployed volunteer, I don't have an easy way to determine if you donated or not. Most of us answer any question the same way, ... IF we know the answer. In your case, you didn't finish the thought so it's hard to figure out what you're asking and why. Confusing or incomplete posts often don't get replies, then the people get angry with us. Some people treat details as top secret information and expect us to be psychic. Rather than guess, or instead of typing replies to the multiple possible causes of a problem, we have to ask for more details. MOST people understand and quickly post additional information.
It's not uncommon to get a short, one-sentence answer when it will suffice and the person answering is busy, but it's also common to have a 25 to 30 reply exchange over many days or weeks before a solution to a problem is figured out. Some of those people are so relieved and appreciative that they want to make a donation AFTER the solution is found. That used to be rather hard to do so the site owners added the "upgrade question" button. A lot of web sites operate on a donation basis. I'd rather use them as a resource vs. Sites that only give out information for a price.
As soon as you explain the problem, symptom, or question, and I see the reply, I'll do my best to give you an answer. Other experts may add their comments too.
Wednesday, October 26th, 2011 AT 6:41 PM