Looking for patch to remove A-hole mods

Feb 1, 2007 at 4:29am

Looking for patch to remove A-hole mods

I just put a valid question up regarding the tutorial and how it contradicts itself last night and i go on today to find it deleted without any explanation. Is it customary for the mods on here to be complete assholes to its customer?

Dont tell me i wasted money on a product peddled by yet another customer hating company. Damn.

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Feb 1, 2007 at 4:34am
#95190
Feb 1, 2007 at 5:13am

I think I responded to that post last night. There is a little check box “Post Notification” you can check when you post and the forum robot will email you when someone has replied to your post. You can also click on “User CP” when logged in, then on “Show Own Posts” if you think your thread has been lost.

Also, the A-hole object will accept the message “clear mods” you can also uncheck “mods” in the inspector window which you get to by selecting the A-hole object and typing Apple+I. ;)

(this last bit is a joke…hence the winky smiley thing…I hope that my info about the tutorial patch is helpful)

#95191
Feb 1, 2007 at 8:07pm

damn you for making me look like a fool!!! :)

i searched for my thread for 15 minutes last night, what gives? I could develop some consipiracy theories at this point but ill just learn to use that nifty “show own posts” option you mentioned.

#95192
Feb 4, 2007 at 9:42am

Lewis Keller wrote:
> Also, the A-hole object will accept the message “clear mods” you can
> also uncheck “mods” in the inspector window which you get to by
> selecting the A-hole object and typing Apple+I. ;)

Due to a subtle bug, the A-hole objects only accepts the “clear moods”
message, just to know and don’t get angry if it didn’t work before…

Stefan


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