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ASK A QUESTION!
Please don’t post a detailed description of a script you’re trying to write, and then ask how to do it. That’s basically asking us to write a script for you, and as unpaid volunteers we don’t have that kind of time. Instead, post whatever you’ve created so far, and try to ask a specific question about something you’re stuck on. If you’re stuck on multiple things, that’s fine – pick ONE to start with, and work through them one at a time.
No N00b Alerts
Please don’t ever apologize for being a newbie, or n00b, or whatever. We’ve all been there. It’s fine.
We permit you to attach TXT, PNG, and JPG files to your messages. If you have a long script, renaming it to TXT and attaching it would be greatly appreciated, instead of pasting it all into your message.
Format Your Code
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Don’t Be Brief
Try to stick with full command and parameter names instead of aliases. Makes your code easier to follow.
Tell Us Everything
Be sure to include all relevant information like error messages. That said, please don’t post hundreds of lines of code. We can’t run your code, and reading through a long script takes time. Please try to post just the bit that matters for your question.
Keep in mind we are not paid consultants, we’re unpaid volunteers. We aren’t going to write a whole script for you. Ask for help with a specific problem, and we’ll do our best to help out. If we’re helpful, say thank you! That’s out only payment.
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