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    Talking Touch sensitive has gone too far

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    Default Re: Touch sensitive has gone too far

    I really don't want to know what you were looking for when you found that instead
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    Default Re: Touch sensitive has gone too far

    I thought this might be revelatory insider info on our fearless leader, Bruce..but alas!


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    Default Re: Touch sensitive has gone too far

    Maybe has gone to try your keyboard in the dishwasher tactics?
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    Default Re: Touch sensitive has gone too far

    Quote Originally Posted by Shortcircuit View Post
    I really don't want to know what you were looking for when you found that instead
    I was looking at typos.
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