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I was also driven crazy by that problem, until I began using USB Drive Letter Manager, which runs as a service. From
Each of my USB drives and external hard drives has a specific letter I chose so as not to conflict with the network, nor each other (set in an ini file) which my computer will always use.

General Software Discussion / Re: autofill in EXCEL
« on: May 02, 2009, 11:09 PM »
 your error (I guess) is because when you copied the example formulae, you didn't set up "Datalist". In your screenshot, it looks like excel doesn't know what "Datalist" is.
You need to highlight the cells which make up your table of data (F2:I4 in the example) and then name that cell range with the name "Datalist".
Then the formulae in the example should work.
How probably depends on your version of excel. In mine, I highlight the range of cells, right click, then select "name a range"

Find And Run Robot / Re: Runtime Error!
« on: April 05, 2009, 06:51 PM »
Uninstalled using Revo and re-installed. Now working fine in its virgin state

Find And Run Robot / Re: Runtime Error!
« on: April 05, 2009, 05:46 PM »
I've just - this morning - got the same error. Downloaded the latest version, installed, still getting that error. Are you still interested in seeing any particular settings/ini files?
Right click on icon in tray:
1. Choose exit has no effect
2. Choose Options gives:
Access violation at address 00444434 in module FindAndRunRobot,exe. Read of address 00000000.
3. Choose Show and run gives the  terminate in unusual way
Drat... sorry...vital extra info...I'd already had an installed version, which gave the error. It had 2 plugins, I installed over the top of the original.
Plugins were for time zone and currency converter. I have only just tried them, but was having no FARR trouble till this morning.

Living Room / Re: Anti-Necrospamming
« on: April 01, 2009, 06:48 AM »
Could someone give me simple reasons why posting to an "old" threat is inherently bad/of concern?
(Any thread can attract spam, so I can't see that's relevant)

If there are inherent problems to replying to old threads, my next obvious question is what is the number of weeks (or days or hours) when a thread in fact becomes "old"

I noted several comments/concerns that it might be ok to reply to such a thread if the reply contained additional useful information. Isn't that the expectation for all replies to posts, be they carefree, spritely young posts as well as feeble and doddery old ones?
My 2 (AU) cents

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