Topic: Do we REALLY have to say this again?
Before you post a help topic, will you PLEASE see if it has been asked before? That's what the search button is there for. If you can't find your question on the forums then google it. I guarantee that most of the questions you guys are about to post are already answered on this or some other forum. Can't find it on google either? Try rephrasing the question or reading the Ableton manual. The guys who wrote it did a really good job at organizing it, so please use it as a source too. If you're not a native English speaker, then try posting it in your native language instead of translating it.
I guess it's understandable if someone doesn't know english or can't tell exactly what's wrong, but please try your best.
If you can't speak English or google translate is not doing what you want it to, then here are some people who may speak your language:
ULT1MOD - Estonian
Genei - Chinese
Alffo - Brazilian
Datguy - (Knows some) Spanish
Quentinover, HNTR, LP Pro - French
EmileG - Dutch, Romanian
Monoduck - Polish
Pro Tip: Use Info View
Info view is the little box in Ableton that tells you exactly what everything is and does. Open it and mouse over any part of ableton and it'll show you the exact name and function. Now you should know what every part of Ableton is called. Please use proper terms in your question to help the person that is answering it.
Datguy made a topic about basic questions regarding the launchpad and Ableton here.
TL;DR version: Don't ask questions that were already asked