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Told4thish17

EF Member
Managed to avoid the whole forum thing for more years than I want to think about, but I now find myself in need of some venting and healthy unbiased (if that's possible) discussion about the 18th Edition, SPD's, but mostly the complete mess that is digital certification!!! Where's the progress or improvement over the good old fashioned model form and a pencil?!! All joking aside OMG what the hell is going on with the new version of CLIK?!

Anyway, maybe I'll start a new thread in the appropriate area, but for now:

'Hi There Everyone'
 

GMES

Hairy and proud
Staff member
Admin
Hi and welcome to the forum.
 

Strima

Electrician's Arms
I feel your pain with Clik, potentially going to cost us several hundred quid in licenses. Looks like a change of software is on the cards.
 

GMES

Hairy and proud
Staff member
Admin
Easycert everytime for me.
 

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