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obscure bug
6/2/04, 5:14am
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You DID say you were offering a reward for these, right?

OK, this is what I did..I went to change the quote(s) on my stats page..and did so. I saved it and everything. But, after the save I was back at the stats page..and I paged down to my new and oh-so-cute quotes..and they were not there! The old ones were, but not my new ones! Hrmmmm I say to myself.

"Hrmmmm"

So without changing anything else, I pop over to the message area and whatdoyouknow..there are my NEW quotes. So..the update on the status page did not....well...update.


And seeing as how we are talking about the quotes..I would LIKE to be able to have my two quotes, but I want a linefeed at the end of the first one so it doesn't look so goofy. OK, it's not a bug really..just a request.

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Message #875 of 1628  *NEW*
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Re: obscure bug
6/3/04, 10:20pm
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This looks like a relatively simple fix (hopefully)... I see what the potential problem might be... and that is that I didn't port over the new messaging system to the signature and bio areas.

I'll try and get to this on the weekend.

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