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"Sets for Sale" Bulletin Board (Buyers read; Sellers post.)
"Sets Wanted" Bulletin Board (Buyers post; Sellers read.)
"Tiles for Sale" Bulletin Board (Buyers read; Sellers post.)
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"Accessories for Sale" Bulletin Board (Buyers read; Sellers post.)
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Click here to see pictures of my mah-jongg friends.
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Click here to see my Mah-Jongg adventure in Hong Kong, January 2002.
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My Mumbai Mahjong Adventure, 2009.
Shanghai & Ningbo, 2010.
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If you have a question about a computer mah-jongg or tile-matching program, though, don't ask me. Ask the publisher of your software. Ask by telephone, if possible.
If you call them, a very quick two-way communication will quickly get to the heart of your problem. On the other hand, if you email a tech support question, you need to provide information about your system and about your problem (you have to give them a lot of information up front in order to prevent the two-way communication turning into a three-week process, which is why telephone is better). It takes a lot longer to get tech support via email than via phone, and the email method requires you to work a lot harder. Telephone is best. Read FAQ 24 for more about mah-jongg game technical support.
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