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  • StephanieM
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    Awesome. I am going to close this thread as well.

    Thanks,
    Stephanie

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  • AllieK
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    Isn't it odd that "some" people think they know everything? "Everyone" is different and does things for different reasons. It's a very small world that some people live in if they think that everyone should be as smart as they are and do as they do. *rolleyes*

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  • SouthernCookn
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    Originally posted by southernjewishprincess View Post

    The only people who would need to delete dookies 3 times a day are people who look at porn and have to hide it from their kids and wife. You might want to check up on hubby.

    That is a foolish statement and is not be correct.
    Many people delete cookies and keep the computer clean but we don't all look at porn or even think about it. Funny You should mention that.

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  • AllieK
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    RxRogue, I wasn't talking to you. Ds does a lot of things with credit cards online and he doesn't want that stuff sitting on the computer for too long. You never know what is in cookies and his motto is "better safe than sorry". I agree with him. I find myself deleting cookies a little more too when I go to sites that I usually don't go to, or I do anything online that can compromise my credit in any way.
    LOL I've seen my ds sign off. He has a ritual that he does all the time and he does it so fast, that I doubt he even has to think about it anymore. *click, click, click, click...* and it's done.

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  • TxRogue
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    Allie,i in no way meant to imply your DS was covering up, please dont think that.im a little bit of a pc geek too,i can take one apart and put it back together,self taught.but if you delete cookies,you have to constantly sign in to sites,so i dont delete the ones i go to regularly, there is software that will let you delete only what you want.

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  • AllieK
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    Think what you will. My ds is a self-learned computer expert and takes good care of the system. He has always been a compulsive about certain things, and deleting cookies is just one of them.

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  • TxRogue
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    i just dont care about cookies or who knows what sites i go to,they are all legal and a little porn never hurt anyone, lol

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  • Chocolate Moose
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    It's pretty compulsive to delete cookies every single day. Some pc maintenance could be done once a week, others once a month.

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  • southernjewishprincess
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    Yes, your son has a likely story there. Right.

    He wants privacy as to where he goes online so he makes a habit of deleting cookies every time so he can't get caught the few times he's going somewhere online he does not want you to know of. Common practice. Don't believe me though...

    It is not a big deal, but c'mon. Don't be naive.

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  • AllieK
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    Not so Jackie. My ds clears the cookies everytime he logs off. I don't know why, but he says it has just become a habit and if you don't clean them out often, they build up too much. He is also trying to delete the tracking cookies as much as possible.
    It drives me nuts though. When he is home, I have to log into everything 4-5 times a day. At least I'll never forget my password again.

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  • southernjewishprincess
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    If you delete your cookies, you are also deleting where the system saves your password and username. This is common knowlege. You are deleting the "cookie crumbs" that copykatchat uses to find your username and password. DUH.

    So you are upset because you keep deleting your username and pwd info? What do you want?

    The only people who would need to delete dookies 3 times a day are people who look at porn and have to hide it from their kids and wife. You might want to check up on hubby.

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  • Puppy Breath
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    Originally posted by Ritter_woman View Post
    IF you put your arrow over the dot it tells you what it means, however, the green dot means you are currently on line
    Thanks for the info - I never knew that either (there's a lot I don't know - LOL)!

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  • Ritter_woman
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    IF you put your arrow over the dot it tells you what it means, however, the green dot means you are currently on line

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  • cottun
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    I've never paid any attention at all to dots...didnt even know there were any there at all! Mine is green and I could care less what color it is, or if theres one there at all LOL.

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  • Puppy Breath
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    Originally posted by nuisance View Post
    And she can change that "hideous red star" behind her name anytime. Those of us who are "invisible" all have a red dot that only we can see by our names. To change it. Go visable.
    I'm glad I read this - I had no idea what the "red dot" was for - LOL!

    OK - now I have a "green dot" - can anybody tell me what a green dot means????
    Last edited by Puppy Breath; 05-26-2008, 09:50 AM.

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