I've already mentioned this to another user, but simply posting a link without the original question is not generally seen as a productive way to attract an answer. If the question has been buried and needs an answer, general policy is that it's grounds to repost the orginal question, optionally with a link to the original post, as far as I remember.
The title isn't necessarily helpful either, as it doesn't indicate what the problem was. It's quite possible not many people saw it or had someone else to help or something else to do. We don't trawl this forum all day and appreciate having other things we can do with our lives.
Just a kind message asking you to please refrain from doing this in the future, thank you for listening.
I would guess that our senses of humor differ notably then, as I wasn't able to detect much humor or anything to laugh at in the post. In any case, the point of not having the original question in the repost still stands.
Thanks for posting as I have requested.
The only thing helperid is right about is that more words, especially polite words, would be more likely to give you the answer that you want.
Also, it is a little easier for answerers if you add the address with a hyperlink, but that is not a big deal.
Please answer on the original thread and leave a note here saying that you have done so.