WTF does IMHO mean BTW ? Must RTFM, BRB ...

Brad

Member
These are all abbreviations for specific phrases commonly used in informal written computer correspondence.

AFAIC As far as I'm concerned
AFAIK As far as I know
BRB Be right back
BTDT Been there, done that
BTW By the way
BUAG Butt-ugly ASCII graphic
C/C Comments and criticism
FAQ Frequently Asked Question. .
FWIW For what it's worth
FYI For your information
HTH Hope this helps
IANAL I am not a lawyer
IMHO In my humble opinion
IMNSHO In my not so humble opinion
IMO In my opinion
IOW In other words
LOL Laughing out loud
MOTAS Member of the appropriate sex
MOTOS Member of the opposite sex
MOTSS Member of the same sex
NG Newsgroup
OTOH On the other hand
RL Real Life, as opposed to the Internet
ROTFL Rolling on the floor laughing
RTFM Read The Fine Manual.
SO Significant other.
TLA Three letter acronym
WTF What the heck
YMMH You might mean here
YMMV Your mileage may vary

I found these here , may be of use to some ... helped me .
 

thornc

Member
Cool Brad...
I knew most of them, but there are a few good ones there!

RTFM is my favourite of all times!
Afterwhich comes RTFF, as RTFM but ending in FAQ!
 

winhunter

Member
AFK

AFK - Away From Keyboard

OH, and we can't forget this one. I wonder who pioneered it...



WH - WINHunter :lol:


RTFM eh? Seems I might have to post with that MORE OFTEN!!



Andrew:cool:
 

Maggie

Member
Beaker, Brad, Combo and anyone else using WinHunter, best of luck with it to you all. It looks to be pretty impressive from this side looking in. I just wish I was more computer savvy to try it myself.
 

Florie

Member
Maggie said:
Beaker, Brad, Combo and anyone else using WinHunter, best of luck with it to you all. It looks to be pretty impressive from this side looking in. I just wish I was more computer savvy to try it myself.
Same wishes here, Maggie. Perhaps they share their "winning picks" with us.
 

Beaker

Member
Maggie said:
Beaker, Brad, Combo and anyone else using WinHunter, best of luck with it to you all. It looks to be pretty impressive from this side looking in. I just wish I was more computer savvy to try it myself.
Maggie, like anything it just takes persistence. I've learned quite abit in the past few weeks - it was good to be away from it for awhile. Watch the trials on that thread for 6/49

I will continue to post the results for all to see. :agree:

The lotto company has enough $$ for all of us. :lol:

To Florie(Maggie also)

I think you have to share the winning picks with us!!
:lol: You both have done well lately :agree2:
 

Florie

Member
Beaker said:
Maggie, like anything it just takes persistence. I've learned quite abit in the past few weeks - it was good to be away from it for awhile. Watch the trials on that thread for 6/49

I will continue to post the results for all to see. :agree:

The lotto company has enough $$ for all of us. :lol:

To Florie(Maggie also)

I think you have to share the winning picks with us!!
:lol: You both have done well lately :agree2:
Beaker/Maggie,
Wouldn't it be nice if we pick the same winning numbers as posted by you guys, win BIG $$$ and agree to meet each other at the lottery office? Me being silly again.:lol:
 

Maggie

Member
That would be great, Florie.. how about Monday morning when we go collect our winnings? :p:
 
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Brad

Member
Maggie said:
... snip ... I just wish I was more computer savvy to try it myself.
Florie said:
... snip ... Same wishes here, Maggie.
Try it, you'll like it :agree: don't see why not ... as Beaker said it just takes time to get familiar with it ... the only advantage I may have is tinkering since its arrival here. I also shelved it a few times, then gained better understanding when resuming later.

Andrew's put in a great deal of effort into making WH more crashproof and creating a decent help file so the reasons for not giving it a go are disappearing ... also the support is there just for the asking ... what more can a lotto software junkie ask for?... other than the occasional Jackpot of course :clown:
 
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