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Cool Tool: Instrument Selector

Greetings!

Lesson users may find the following tool useful or at least amusing :-

Cool Tool: Instrument Selector

Enjoy - Rick.
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Re: Cool Tool: Instrument Selector

4/26/2001 7:13 PM

Sandra Goodfellow (6568) wrote:

Looks interesting Rick, I've bookmarked that for future use.

Sandra

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4/26/2001 7:19 PM

Inactive Member wrote:

Rick, I elavate you to the status of my personal hero for the day. That was way cool and as a member of whole note in good (or at least fair)standing I salute and thank you.



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Re: Cool Tool: Instrument Selector

4/26/2001 7:26 PM

Rick Payman (10061) wrote:

Thanks Chris, very much appreciated - SuperRick.

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4/26/2001 8:02 PM

Robert Strait (6660) wrote:

Wow! Definitely the greatest thing since sliced
bread! A++!! You rock!



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Re: Cool Tool: Instrument Selector

4/26/2001 8:54 PM

Doug McMullen (6014) wrote:

Yeah Rick! Thanks!

Who da man?

Rick's da man!

--Doug.

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Re: Cool Tool: Instrument Selector

4/26/2001 9:12 PM

Anthony Holden (9426) wrote:

Thank you - thank you - thank you ...

Good going Rick. Perfect !!!

It's definitely appreciated. I have it bookmarked.

Ant

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4/26/2001 11:33 PM

Juan Jos Elas (537) wrote:

Thanks a lot Rick, great idea. Really useful. Congratulations.

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4/29/2001 4:17 PM

Sean Kelly (1525) wrote:

wow, rick, I think that is really cool-- its the first time someone actually poked into our little rats-nest of code and figured out how to extend it. Its the coolest 'mod' (and maybe the only one) on this site that Ive seen, and made my day. whats your day job? kudos!



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Re: Cool Tool: Instrument Selector

4/29/2001 4:51 PM

Rick Payman (10061) wrote:

[ Rick falls off chair in attempt to bow to computer screen ... ]
[ Rick climbs back onto chair, but is rendered speechless by his Hero's words ... ]
[ Rick wishes that the software he writes for work was half as cool as the WholeNote site programming ... ]



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Re: Cool Tool: Instrument Selector

4/29/2001 6:06 PM

Sandra Goodfellow (6568) wrote:

Just accept the praise Rick, You deserved it.

Sandra



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Re: Cool Tool: Instrument Selector

4/29/2001 11:40 PM

Tracy Hardy Johnson (11666) wrote:

AB Next!
AB Next!
AB Next!
AB Next!
AB Next!

Hey Rick, any chance you could add that over at ActiveBass??????

Tracy



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Re: Cool Tool: Instrument Selector

4/30/2001 1:09 PM

Rick Payman (10061) wrote:

That would require me to join a community full of (gulp) Bass Players!!

But since it was you who asked, Tracy, no problem.

Rick.



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Re: Cool Tool: Instrument Selector

4/30/2001 4:56 PM

Rick Payman (10061) wrote:

Done. You can find it here.
Rick.



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Re: Cool Tool: Instrument Selector

4/30/2001 11:20 PM

Tracy Hardy Johnson (11666) wrote:

Goodie, goodie, goodie, goodie, WOOHOO, goodie, goodie, goodie, goodie, goodie, YEEHAAAAH, goodie, goodie, goodie

Thanks a WHOLE BUNCH,Rick!!!!

Did you post a message announcing/explaning??

thj




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Re: Cool Tool: Instrument Selector

5/1/2001 11:15 AM

Chuck Stensrud (13014) wrote:

In spite of the nice things I said about you Tracy, there is one thing you definitely need to work on! You are just too laid back - you really need to learn how to show a little emotion once in a while, especially excitement! lol

%chuck%





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Re: Cool Tool: Instrument Selector

5/1/2001 8:37 PM

Tracy Hardy Johnson (11666) wrote:

I told you I was practically invisible.

haha



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5/1/2001 2:39 PM

Rick Payman (10061) wrote:

I posted the same message in the Announcements Forum as I did at the top of this thread, with an additional line acknowledging your influence.

And I got a very similar response to the one here except ...

... I got NO replies in FretBuzz
... and I got NO Lesson feedback
... but I did get 1 rating (of 5)

Needless to say, both the Lesson and announcement are now buried ...

Still, as I always like to think, as long as one person finds a Lesson/Tool useful, then it was worthwhile.



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5/1/2001 4:03 PM

Tracy Hardy Johnson (11666) wrote:

I'll respond to it and resurrect it for a bit.

. . . assuming it doesn't got lost in the posting/point accumulation mania.

Maybe I should give it a different title to get attention . . . like "WHATEVER YOU DO, DON'T READ THIS"

Any other ideas for getting the Oppositional/Defiant kids to pay attention?

Ma "I've been in this line of work too long" Geezer



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5/1/2001 4:34 PM

Rick Payman (10061) wrote:

Thanks. I see you've already taken care of it.



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Re: Cool Tool: Instrument Selector

5/1/2001 4:37 PM

Maciek Sakrejda (8047) wrote:

How about "FREE BEER!!!"?

Of course, you'd get flamed like a mutha for not deliverin', but heck... =)

-m



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Re: Cool Tool: Instrument Selector

5/1/2001 8:27 PM

Tracy Hardy Johnson (11666) wrote:

One member already has that for the name of his home page. Or something very like.

You snooze, you lose!

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