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Removing the Cork. 
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As a child I was told that many long years ago that a lad in a distant land removed the stopper from a stone jar and was confronted by a

I feel a bit like him with my request for Lazarus 1.2.6. Ok, I didn't look far enough down the menu list to put my RQ in the right forum, sorry, but I certainly did not expect it expand into the responses for far listed. Only three wishes? :confused:

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Not a problem at all.

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