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Did you ever have a question about RapidWeaver and didn't want to subject yourself to the rants and condescending abuse on the RW forum? 

We've all had a question about RW at some point – some problem that has prevented us from getting on with our work. So after spending an age experimenting what do you do?
In the past, I've submitted questions to the RW forum. The results have been disappointing – not least of all because so many of the answers have been so patronising.

O.K. so I asked a simple question* that, apparently, any idiot can answer and, more often than desirable, they do. And then the thread drifts off on a completely different tangent and my problem never gets solved.

Now you can submit your problem to Answer Café and expect a qualified answer. Sometimes even from The Man himself! Isaiah Carew's new webpages are for those simple and not-so-simple problems that we encounter with RapidWeaver. Anyone can ask, anyone with a solution can respond. The fact that Isaiah himself moderates the site, will ensure that the replies stay on course.

Questions/Answers can be voted up or down, just like Stack Overflow and they can be sorted by Recent, Hot!, Most votes, Most answers and Most views.

Answer Café has been online for just two days, so the number of questions and answers already online is limited. I'm optimistic, however, that very soon, Answer Café will grow into a valuable RapidWeaver asset.

* There aren't any stupid questions, only stupid answers.

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