"Standard abbreviations..."

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Polarsilver
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NBG = No Bloody Good... change middle letter to suit the severity of the issue.
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tweedy998
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A nonagenarian friend likes to use:

KBO - Keep buggering on.
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RTFM to many...... RTFM(square) to the chosen few!!! (I could not add the square symbol)!!!!!!!
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Here's one from IT support

ID10T error for users calling for a problem exists between keyboard and screen which has its own abbreviation .
Experience is what you have immediately after you need it.
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Daveislandblue66
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Another IT support one.

PICNIC - problem in chair not in computer
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Joel Welsh 4769VU
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Daveislandblue66 wrote: Sun Mar 12, 2023 8:31 pm Another IT support one.

PICNIC - problem in chair not in computer
:D :D :D
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I can't take credit for what others built- all I can do is try to put her back on the road. :shock:

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