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I just submitted a pretty simple article with something that everyone can use and it was rejected.

Gents, the explanations that you've provided are kind of subjective in their description of what needs to change. What I need to know is what it means to you individually because it can be completely different for someone else.

Can you please provide an example of what your expectations, some other article(s) that you deem to be descriptive enough to meet your current expectations which has the same type of content for this tiny little class?

Also,should I just post this as a code snippet (or something else) instead?

Finally, how do I contact the two of you in order to discuss changes?

Thanks for the help!

Monjurul Habib has posted a new comment at "[Article]: MyMessageBox (A Centered Dialog)":

Not enough for an article.You need to supply a good discussion of what it's goals are, how the code works, why you did what you did instead of your other options.

Dave Kreskowiak has posted a new comment at "[Article]: MyMessageBox (A Centered Dialog)":

You've got absolutely nothing discussing how the code works or the concepts behind it. Right now, you've got a giant code snippet and that's about it.

Code snippets should enhance the discussion, not provide it.
Posted 11-Dec-11 23:48pm
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Just reply to their messages. They will receive notification that you replied.
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Thanks John. Just started posting stuff and I don't even know how to send a message of find a list of users to send messages to. Is there some faq I should have read?
Richard MacCutchan 12-Dec-11 6:58am
Try the article guidelines to start with; also please post questions in one place only. I already responded to this in the Article Writing forum.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 22-May-13 18:44pm
Don't post such content as "solution". It will only give you down-voted and abuse reports.

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