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Posted By : Tyler - 10/8/2004 2:47 AM
According the join date on Zuill's profile, this is his 1 year anniversary with us here. I just wanted to be the first to thank Zuill for his outstanding help over the last year. With over 2400 posts, he's averaged over 200 posts per month. When we post a question on here and see a Zuill response, we know we're about to get the answer we were after. So it's really cool that it happens so often! I wish we had a prize to offer you. Maybe we can all chip in next year and buy you your upgrade to 2006. :-)
Thanks again for your awesome contributions!

Windows XP, all updates

Posted By : Zuill - 10/8/2004 3:59 AM
As my idol, Goofy, would say, "aw, shucks!" (Or was that the Cowardly Lion?)  blush 
Thank you, Tyler. You keep us all going. I'm just trying to keep up.

"When all is said and done, more is said than done."
Finale 2004b, 2005, Win 2000 or XP

Posted By : michelp - 10/8/2004 8:55 AM
Happy anniversary, Zuill. And I'll add my personal thanks for your unvaluable contributions.
And Tyler, you certainly deserve some serious thanks too, and the same goes for all those who share their precious knowledge on a daily basis here, always ready to help or to face all kinds of challenges.

Finale 2003a, MacOs 9.2.2. Owner of 2004, 2005 waiting for a G5/2x2,5... 21' CRT. Midi interface MOTU Midi Express XT. Roland Sound Canvas SC88.

Post Edited (michelp) : 10/8/2004 1:40:07 PM GMT

Posted By : Dick Brodfuehrer - 10/8/2004 9:29 AM
Add my kudos too, Zuill.  You have flattened the learning curve for a lot of people.  Keep it up!  smile

(Currently using: Finale 2003a, Windows XP-Home, TGTools 2.25, and The Glenlivet when I can afford it.)
It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing!

Posted By : Jim Coull - 10/8/2004 11:02 AM
Congrats, Zuill and thanks for all of your help. Take yourself (and significant other) out for a night on the town.

Jim Coull

Posted By : korneel.bernolet - 10/8/2004 12:44 PM
Thank you very much, Zuill, for all help you've offered me (and others of course)!
Have yourself a great beer, and have a party!

Korneel Bernolet

Finale 2004 - Sibelius 3 - Lime 8.12 - Cubasis Notation - LilyPond 2.0.2
Windows XP Professional - Pentium III - Roland XP-30 synthesizer.

Posted By : **Rimas G. - 10/8/2004 4:21 PM
Congratulations and my best wishes!

**Rimas G.

P4-1.4GHz/512MB RAM/SB Live/
Roland ED PC-180a MIDI keyboard controller

Posted By : Greator_SST - 10/8/2004 7:21 PM
...couldn't agree more. I've never, ever really understood Finale until I discovered this board this year! And FYI, over on the composer's forum, we had a thread going on Happy Birthday themes written in all kinds of musical styles. Towards the middle of the thread, they start getting more ambitious :) At any rate, consider this a tribute to you, Zuill! Feel free to add another Happy Birthday rendition if you feel so inclined :)

And thanks to all the many experts who take the time to help out on this board!
...where composers learn and share

Posted By : Chris Kors - 10/8/2004 8:31 PM
Happy anniversary!! Zuill, you are the greatest! Learn a lot of stuff from you!! Many thanks!

Chris K.

Posted By : Bill Sveglini - 10/8/2004 10:14 PM
Zuill, thank you and happy anniversary.  The old guy in California has had his bacon saved by you more than once.  Be well and have a good day.  Bill

Bill Sveglini - Finale 2005- TG Tools - Garritan Personal Orchestra - Pentium 4 @2.8 Ghz. - Windows XP Home at home and 2005 with Windows XP home on laptop - Pentium IV 3.2 ghz. - 1 gig of ram 
FCOF=Finale Challenged Old Fart 

Posted By : petey forrest - 10/8/2004 10:32 PM

Zuill, you da man!!!  hehe   Great work!

I complimented you awhile back which you shrugged off, but your continuing contributions are amazing!


Petey Forrest
Finale 2004b, Win XP SP2, Brahms Hungarian Dances, & M├ędoc wine

Posted By : Greator_SST - 10/11/2004 7:42 AM

...hehe, of course, the one time I specify a thread, the forum goes down.  At any rate, the birthday songs are back up!  Be sure to go all the way through the thread.  They're scattered throughout (although now that I think of it, you may have to register a screen name before you get to the thread... me not know for sure :).

...where composers learn and share