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Written by Tobias on Sep 22, 2006
Weird ;P I'm certainly glad it works again as well, eeeeven though I wouldn't have minded it if it were still broken either - because then we could have tried to figure out what exactly broke, so I'd know for the future X3

Thank you for your nice words on my drawings too, and thanks for signing the guestbook as well, it was really thoughtful of you <3

(that's true - but I still didn't think it was *that* popular - I mean, you're probably the first person I know online (that knows me as well) who has a name that someone else has!)

Take care,
Toby
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Illusen
Sep 22, 2006 
Why, it was my pleasure. You've been kind as well. Plus, it wouldn't have felt right not leaving something in the guestbook.

I never would've thought the conversation lasted this long, but I'm certainly glad it did ;3

<3,
Illusen
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Tobias
Sep 22, 2006 
Oh, I won't stop the conversation (unless I really don't know anything to reply that is; but that usually doesn't happen unless someone just posts one-word-replies such as "Yeah" or "Ok" ;P), so I don't mind to keep it going X3

(by the way, it'd be easier for you if you enabled cookies on your browser; since when you do that, the site would offer you to keep track of your messages and you don't have to locate your posts again just to see whether I've replied ;3 )
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Illusen
Sep 25, 2006 
That would be too easy ;P Like I said, not very computer savvy...
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Tobias
Sep 26, 2006 
Hmm, it's hard to say what the cause is then (it could be your browser, but also third party software) - usually Cookies aren't disabled by default. There are tutorials around the web how to enable them again, but of course, you should make sure that the person who disabled them in first place is fine with that ;P Teachnically there's nothing really to be said against cookies - they allow websites to remember certain things, like whether you are logged in and such. For example, if actual cookies are enabled, this website would remember you when you return and tell you what messages are now and such, if only session-cookies are enabled, you'd need to log in everytime when you visit it to see what messages are new. And of course, if no cookies are enabled at all, you'd need to track all messages yourself, like you do right now ;P So, it's not really essential, but more a comfort thingy ;3
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Illusen
Sep 26, 2006 
The way my computer works is that everyone has their own 'place' on the computer. Cookies were disabled on my section and I can't find any way to enable them. I'm not sure who disabled them in the first place, and I don't like to ask... But I like tracking the messages like I already do. :3
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Tobias
Sep 27, 2006 
Oh, I see ^-^ That sounds like your computer is well set up - better than most, in any case - many people I know just use one account for the entire computer ;P
Anyway - do you think you could do a screenshot of what you see when you click "Internet Options" in the "Tools" menu and then switch to the "Privacy" tab? (if you can't see any of those, just take a screenshot of what you see ^^ ) To do that, simply press the "Print Scrn" key on your keyboard (it's towards the top right of it), open your favourite image program and click "Edit" / "Paste". After you saved your image, you could e-mail it to me at aaaand I'll should be able to tell you what's wrong ^-^
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Illusen
Sep 30, 2006 
I found it, but I'm not gonna mess with it (sorry if I'm being a complete wuss about this thing).
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Illusen
Sep 30, 2006 
Thanx, that will definitely be a big help. once again, you are a kind person.
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Tobias
Sep 30, 2006 
Oh, you're very welcome ^-^ (And sorry for taking so long for replying to your other comments, I'll try to get back to it as soon as I can ^-^ )

Take care,
Toby
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Illusen
Oct 1, 2006 
No prob. It takes me longer to get a reply from a text message ^-^
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