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Shik
There's a million things I haven't done, but just you wait
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I have the same problem as Lee, except that I don't find the browser to be "too small." (whatever that means)

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"I never agreed with Jefferson once—we have fought on like seventy-five different fronts. But when all is said & all is done...Jefferson HAS beliefs; Burr has none."

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Charles Capps
We appreciate your concern.
It is noted and stupid.
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Do you find it to be too large then?
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Malnurtured Snay
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.hcusemos ro wodniw llams a ni snepo ti snaem ylbaborp eH

.pleH .sdrawkcab gnihtyreve epyt ot evah I dna gniyonna yrev s'tI .redro esrever ni gnihtyreve gniyalpsid nosaer emos rof si reworb ym ,selrahC

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Shik
There's a million things I haven't done, but just you wait
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No, as with everything else important, the size is perfectly adequate. I just get the temporal displacement all madlike.

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"I never agreed with Jefferson once—we have fought on like seventy-five different fronts. But when all is said & all is done...Jefferson HAS beliefs; Burr has none."

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Charles Capps
We appreciate your concern.
It is noted and stupid.
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Does the old file come back instantly, without delay? Or does the browser seem to talk to the server first?

I'm going to call this a bug with the browser for now.

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Lee
I'm a spy now. Spies are cool.
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Slow, dammit, slow. What, you never have a drink at Christmas? Oh, wait, you're Americans, you probably don't. . . 8)

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Never mind the Phlox - Here's the Phase Pistols

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cptmkb
I WAS IN THE FUTURE, IT WAS TOO LATE TO RSVP
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everytime i post in the General Trek forum i get a nosebleed.. is that a problem with my cookies?

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"C'mon, tightly hold your hand / Take a deep breath, give them the finger / Are you worried that your thoughts are not quite.. clear?" - Our Lady Peace, One Man Army

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OnToMars
Now on to the making of films!
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Every time I read posts in the Enterprise forum, I get this massive, pounding, incapacitating headache. Is that a browser bug?

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If God didn't want us to fly, he wouldn't have given us Bernoulli's Principle.

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The_Tom
recently silent
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Found a little bastard! And to think I was in need of something to do at 2 am on Boxing Day. But, finally, hurrah, I have found a bug. Purpose, come to me!

*ahem* Smilies appear to enjoy eating any paragraph breaks that follow them. That is to say, if you stick a smilie at the end of a paragraph, the following paragraph gets yanked up flush behind. Edit posts as I might, I can't seem to make it fall in line.

Carniverous little buggers.

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"I was surprised by the matter-of-factness of Kafka's narration, and the subtle humor present as a result." (Sizer 2005)

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Charles Capps
We appreciate your concern.
It is noted and stupid.
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I just fixed that little buglet in the code. It'll be updated here shortly.
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