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After years of saying this, it continues to be the case that we receive countless comments through this page, many of them valuable and interesting but inevitably unseen and unappreciated by anybody except the editors (who in most cases do not have the special knowledge to answer the particular case satisfactorily), while very few people let their knowledge or views by heard where they could be appreciated by others knowledgeable or interested, ie. on the relevant webpages. Please help put his right by not writing here when you could instead leave a "comment" on a more relevant page that could lead to a pooling of knowledge and understanding for us all.
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