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Old 15-01-2003, 11:51 PM   #1
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say hello to our new mel script moderator
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Congratulations!!!

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Old 16-01-2003, 12:12 AM   #4
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This is cool. My first time as a moderator. Hope I won't disappoint y'all.
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Old 16-01-2003, 12:18 AM   #5
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mark haven't you got a home to go to :p

BTW if you would like to join dannyngan in this area of the forum im sure we could turn this into one of the most productive mel areas on the net.

I'm sure all our members would agree that you would be a very big asset for us in this area.

Just a thought

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danny you will do fine mate your already doing it anyway we just give you the title to go with it
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Unfortunately I'm just finishing up some time off from work, so who knows how available I'll be once I start up again? However, I will make sure to stop by from time to time.

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Old 16-01-2003, 12:30 AM   #8
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Originally posted by mark_wilkins
Unfortunately I'm just finishing up some time off from work, so who knows how available I'll be once I start up again? However, I will make sure to stop by from time to time.

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Good enough for me im sure everyone will be happy to see you

If its anything like the rest of us once you start back on the daily grind well...

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Wecome danny! As I said elsewhere I've had neither the time, nor the in depth mel knowledge to do a proper job of moderating this area.. good to have you onboard (plus I've got a few more things to run past you on the animation forum when i get a chance- hope you dont mind
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Glad to have you as a moderator. Welcome, welcome, welcome!
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Glad to hear the warm reception to my recent "promotion". This is going to be fun!
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yay go danny it all going well for ya mate maybe you can teach me how to use the stuff
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KICK ASS!!!!! Whoohoo!!!!

hehe...

Sorry, got all excited there

What would be the capper in this whole deal would be for Kev to ask you one of these day's if you'd be willin to have a go at a beginner mel/expressions tut of some kind

I'd be first in line!
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