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Post New Requests Here / Re: IDEA: (10+2)*5 Timer
« on: October 10, 2007, 09:33 AM »
Thanks for your help, app! I appreciate it!

They are using XP, so that doesn't seem to explain it.  Apparently another person is having a problem with a mystery extra 23 minutes added on to their total time.

I have tried unchecking the box on the prompt-- it keeps the prompt from coming up each time, but does not solve the 'system reset' problem.

I'd like to verify that I am saving these files to the correct folder(s). How can I check that mine are saved to the registry, as suggested?

The discussion thread about it is

Thanks for your help.

Post New Requests Here / Re: IDEA: (10+2)*5 Timer
« on: October 09, 2007, 03:55 AM »
I didn't ask what OS they were using...I'll find out. (duh...sorry.  :-[)

Post New Requests Here / Problem with Instant Boss
« on: October 08, 2007, 02:41 AM »
You have a lot of fans over on with this program!  However, someone there has run into this problem:

Basically, the Instant Boss application works (window comes up, and I get a little icon in my system tray, seems to function ok). But every time I restart my computer, I have to run the application from scratch. So, the total time worked ("total work to date") keeps resetting to zero and I have to start all over. (How can I keep track of the time I've worked over days, weeks, and months if it resets every time I restart? Maybe this is something IB is not meant to do.)

Am I doing something wrong in terms of installation? This is what I did: downloaded the program; when prompted, saved the zipped folder to my desktop; extracted all items from the zipped folder; then, double-clicked on the Instant Boss icon (yelling man); instant boss opens (after I get a message about whether or not I want to run this application) and I use the timer; the icon appears in the system tray. Once I exit the program and restart my computer, I click the Instant Boss icon again to start the program (promt asks me each time whether I want to run the app); all timers (including life timer) are set back to zero. What's the deal?

Any suggestions?

Living Room / Re: LV here I come!
« on: August 14, 2007, 07:08 AM »
I suggest that you go to the Klondike--turn left after the airport (that is, away from "the strip"), if it's still there.  It was a very interesting cultural experience, with fairly tasty 99ยข margaritas, and interesting things like penny-ante games (with cards and a dealer, rather than video machines).  The whole place is old-fashioned and was extremely cheap.  A good place to warm up without losing too much money!

Then again, I'm cheap and I like to play the nickel slots almost exclusively. 

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