Once I get that upgrade to 36-hour days, I will tackle that. – Mychaeel

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(that info probably shouldn't be on the most recently updated page for that)
 
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'''McNutcase:''' Unexplained edits from "your" IP address are usually a sign that your ISP is using proxy servers, usually without actually telling you that this is the case. The practical upshot is that you see edits from the same place as you that aren't yours; you merely have a fellow Wiki-editor using the same ISP.
 
'''McNutcase:''' Unexplained edits from "your" IP address are usually a sign that your ISP is using proxy servers, usually without actually telling you that this is the case. The practical upshot is that you see edits from the same place as you that aren't yours; you merely have a fellow Wiki-editor using the same ISP.
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'''T1:''' Unlikely, because at the time I had a unique IP address: (not anymore, that IP shouldn't exist any more).  THanks though.
  
 
[[Category:Legacy Personal Page|{{PAGENAME}}]]
 
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Latest revision as of 13:15, 20 July 2019

Well my name is T1. I code UnrealScript and make experimental electronic music.

I'm working on the following projects:

Slaughter - Kill defenseless Nali with overpowered weapons.

I'm not sure where to put this, but recent changes seems to be filled with a lot of changes from my IP address today, but I just logged on and I haven't touched anything except this page. Can someone tell me what's going on?


McNutcase: Unexplained edits from "your" IP address are usually a sign that your ISP is using proxy servers, usually without actually telling you that this is the case. The practical upshot is that you see edits from the same place as you that aren't yours; you merely have a fellow Wiki-editor using the same ISP.

T1: Unlikely, because at the time I had a unique IP address: (not anymore, that IP shouldn't exist any more). THanks though.