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Post03/19/2009 at 12:05am (UTC)    
Post subject: OWF Auto-Captcha Problem

Click here to see an example:

The Auto-Captcha is the thing that makes you type in a code to ether send a message or subscribe and it used to be optional......

Now its automatic and mandatory to to have it. But i don't want it because it interferes with my message sending and subscribe features.

Go ahead and try it for yourselves!

Please fix this OFW I like it as an option not as a necessity
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Post03/20/2009 at 7:10am (UTC)    
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I just sent you a message & there was no auto capcha. Sent one to myself too. Maybe it was a fluke. OFW was doing scheduled maint the same day you posted this
Maybe that what happened.
The pain is back, but this time lower. It feels like someone stuck an ice pick in my belly button. BUT, I did have one good thought on this procedure. If I ate that much toilet paper, and eventually it will come out when I doo-doo, will I need to wipe?
I mean shouldn't eating the toilet paper cut out the middle man. I think I'm on to something here. Wipeless doo-doo by eating toilet paper. Dig up Edison ,we got something to tell him.
5:20 pm: It's going to be a long night.
Sunday, I passed the screw. It caused less damage than I thought it would, and after carefully sifting through my own stool, I have found zero evidence of the toilet paper ever existing.

Last edited by freemusictutorials on Fri Mar 20, 2009 7:19 am; edited 1 time in total
Post03/20/2009 at 9:18pm (UTC)    
Post subject: lol

No man ok i made it right after the send message feature on my website. it goes and says: "Your message has been sent" but, It just shows up blank after the message has been typed up.
leading to the fact that "No messages are being sent."

Look on your website on your send message button: There is a capthca
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