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    Post what does this sentence mean?

    Hello my dear friend.
    I have another question about a sentence.
    I forced with this sentence in book. what does it mean, the subject of books is creating template Joomla.
    Details courtesy of Blue Robot.
    what does it mean exactly? I can't understand it.
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    Re: what does this sentence mean?

    "Details courtesy of Blue Robot." means that Blue Robot has supplied the details. It's not actually a sentence though.
    http://dictionary.reverso.net/englis...0courtesy%20of
    See #7

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    Post Re: what does this sentence mean?

    Hi my dear Friend.
    that being a flash of un-styled content.
    what does being mean in this sentence?
    being mean to exist?
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    Re: what does this sentence mean?

    It would be more useful to give the whole sentence. No, 'being' doesn't mean 'existing' here. The idea is, "That is a flash of un-styled content (whatever that means!). "Being" is simply the correct grammatical form here for 'is' - or, strictly, for the verb 'to be'.

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    Re: what does this sentence mean?

    Thanks my dear friend.
    The whole sentence is : To stop a bug, that being a flash of un-styled content. Details courtesy of Blue Robot.
    can you explain me, where does being mean is?
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    Re: what does this sentence mean?

    Hello my dear friend.
    somebody know that being when or where mean "is"?
    please somebody help me.
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