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A polite reminder...
I am not obliged to provide support for free stacks. RapidWeaver is only a small part of what I do and providing support takes time.

If you have questions, feedback or feature requests that relate to a free stack, then paying a minimum of $10 USD will ensure your accompanying message gets a faster reply. Please mention in your email if you have paid a donation.

This policy is not out of greed! It is simply to ensure developers are fairly and properly compensated for providing you with the best possible stacks and support, in situations where they might otherwise receive nothing.