READ FIRST: Forum rules, and how to ask questions
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29-04-2012, 04:15 PM

Rules for Posting on the Sebity Forums
You hereby agree to abide by the following rules by using this forum. The first section is the most important, and failure to abide by it will see your posts deleted and potentially your account banned. The other 2 sections are pieces of advice which will make it more likely that your question will be answered.

Non-negotiable rules
a) Intellectual Property Rights - You must not post material that is copyrighted, protected by trade secret or otherwise subject to third party proprietary rights, including privacy and publicity rights, unless you are the owner of such rights or have permission from their rightful owner to post the material. By posting here you agree to be solely responsible for ensuring this position and that Sebity.com will not be held responsible in any way for you violating any intellectual property rights, intentionally or unintentionally.
b) No advertising non-prolog related products - we do not permit free advertising of products not related to prolog here. If your product uses or extends prolog, clearly you are entitled to post in the Showcase section, but any posts advertising other products will be deleted.

General rules
a) Do not cross-post the same question to multiple forums
b) Don't PM people with requests for help unless invited, post in the public forums first
c) Be polite, respect others, and don't use unnecessary profanity
d) Constructive criticism is welcome, but any personal attacks will be heavily frowned upon and will likely result in a ban if you don't heed a moderator's warnings
e) Don't hijack - try to keep to the original posters topic.
f) Post in English - our moderators are all English speakers and we can't moderate native languages effectively. Unless your English is not good enough to express what you need to say, always post in English. You will be more likely to get a response anyway.


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