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FPSC Classic Product Chat / If you want to see FPSC in action go to the UK convention!

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Richard Davey
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Posted: 22nd Oct 2004 22:33
Lee and Mike will both be at the UK DB convention this weekend and will demonstrate FPSC, details in the General Talk board, photos in the next newsletter.

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Jordan Siddall
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Posted: 22nd Oct 2004 22:51
Where abouts will it be?
If it's near manchester, I'm there!
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Posted: 22nd Oct 2004 22:52
heh...just gotta go get an airplane ticket

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David T
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Posted: 22nd Oct 2004 23:41
Quote: "Where abouts will it be?
If it's near manchester, I'm there! "


It's on the South Coast, a bit far from out part of the world

I'm off to Paris for the few days the convention is on - although I'll be sure to look out of the plane window when I pass overhead

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Posted: 22nd Oct 2004 23:54
see the burning hotel...i wish i could go but damned stuff always stops me

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I live in the us....darn......well I will just have to wait for next time......

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Posted: 25th Oct 2004 02:55
Lee's talk on the FPSC was a long one but very very very interesting, we had to take a dinner break in the middle. It started about 4pm and we finnished about 11pm for a few beers.

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Posted: 25th Oct 2004 08:33
Hopefully the scripting system in FSPC will make its way into DBPro in some form...


UK Convention : 23/24th of October. Only a few days to go!
Dave J
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Posted: 25th Oct 2004 15:56
Quote: "I live in the us....darn......well I will just have to wait for next time......"


It'll be in the UK next time as well... that's the reason it's called the 'UK Convention'.


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Posted: 26th Oct 2004 07:53
Yes, I was VERY impressed by what I saw of FPSC. I'm looking forward to its release. I'm also looking forward to hopefully seeing some of its functionality being incorporated into DBPro next year.

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Posted: 29th Oct 2004 18:12
What town is it called, Rich? (On the south coast)


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