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Hi i want to convert videos in my database table name Video Table display on the web page as a video gallery
Posted 16-Nov-12 21:35pm
n.podbielski at 17-Nov-12 6:20am
And the question is?
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 17-Nov-12 23:09pm
If you look at the "questions" by this member, you will see that they are usually not questions. :-)
n.podbielski at 18-Nov-12 3:20am
I am really trying to not remember and even not to take an account of who is asking the question. But really CP should have some button to close that kind of question as not specific enough.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 18-Nov-12 11:16am
It is hard to remember, but if I see something resembling something, or something special in the question, I sometimes review some previous questions. First of all, it's important to detect re-posts. And, yes, the answer depends on it.

I suggest to remove as many bad questions as possible.
n.podbielski at 18-Nov-12 13:04pm
So you CAN do it? And it will be not visible anymore?
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 18-Nov-12 13:48pm
Sure. I remove many questions, but some on-going activity (and OP needs some time to reply) makes me thing it would be incorrect to do -- just yet -- and later, when a question start looking abandoned, its hard to remember it.
n.podbielski at 18-Nov-12 14:17pm
I thought rather about disabling question as it is "non consecutive". I don't know if this right word.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 18-Nov-12 14:19pm
When a question is removed, it does not matter how you call it... :-)
n.podbielski at 18-Nov-12 17:23pm
aspnet_regiis -i at 18-Nov-12 5:59am
Okay... Permission granted..Go ahead and do it

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