Unsung Community Helpers

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I would like to start this conversation by expressing my gratitude of thanks; to those volunteers, that help us solve problems with the provided instruction.
This also includes those titled as Elmer's etc...
These individuals take it upon themselves; by emailing you directly expressing their experience and issues. And how they managed to resolve them.
We appreciate their unsolicited help:
Steve - N4TTY  - v2.0 - Registration of Radio and Maestro - AT&T UPnP not available
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Ernest - W4EG

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Mark - WS7M

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Nice Ernest.  It is totally cool that we have this forum #1 and also completely cool that we have willing and able helpers #2.

But let us not forget Tim who was posting in this forum until well after 10:30pm his time last night.
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Chris DL5NAM

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... Tim told us i will be like a Rodeo - ... he will ride the Bull till he give up :-)
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Paul Burton

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Yes - many thanks to all who volunteer help here, including Flex employees.  This is a BIG plus for Flex ownership.
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Gerald - K5SDR, Employee

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Hear hear to all those who volunteer to help.  With so many people upgrading and learning new things at once it is a great service to everyone.

Gerald
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Dave - WB5NHL

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Ham radio at its best, purest form.
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Ria - N2RJ, Elmer

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Thanks for letting us help! Nice to be around like minded people. Apart from that, it helps more people enjoy a great radio platform...
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WA2SQQ

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I think that's why our hobby is often referred to as a fraternity. It's not work when you love what you are doing!