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Offline LambdaMikel

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Howto unregister?
« on: 23:08, 08 November 18 »
@Gryzor , I can't find the unregister button... is there such an option?

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Re: Howto unregister?
« Reply #1 on: 00:09, 09 November 18 »
No. You can log out any time you want but you can never leave.


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Re: Howto unregister?
« Reply #2 on: 12:20, 09 November 18 »
Here on earth you can always leave the Hotels California: an exorcism and a full conversion does do the job. Only once in hell, you indeed can't leave anymore. For eternity.
 
Back on-topic. It's not my business, but as a relatively new CPCwiki user I'd like to ask LambdaMikel: why would you like to leave?

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Re: Howto unregister?
« Reply #3 on: 23:29, 09 November 18 »
Mostly for time management... this board is highly addictive  ;D


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Re: Howto unregister?
« Reply #4 on: 23:52, 09 November 18 »
Mostly for time management... this board is highly addictive  ;D


You could ask @Gryzor nicely to block login, though there's nothing from stopping you from visiting as Guest, so deleting Links from your web browser is just as effective I think, since I have lost links to sites I visited, it's become an Out of sight, out of mind situation.


But it would be interesting to know if a forum could detect how much time you spend on it and simply apply some form of Time Management, so for example if you spend a certain amount of time on it each day, if it could clock you out after that specified time and not let you back in after a certain amount of time has elapsed, for example a day or a week or month perhaps.
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Re: Howto unregister?
« Reply #5 on: 22:58, 10 November 18 »
Mostly for time management... this board is highly addictive  ;D



Don't do it!  Your contributions will be missed.  Can't offer advise on reducing online time, I spend far to much time aimlessly navigating the web.

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Re: Howto unregister?
« Reply #6 on: 04:20, 11 November 18 »
Thanks guys, I appreciate this - I am not doing this to "fish for compliments" btw (seriously!!), it is really more about time managment. I am going to stay since I don't want to get banned, and that's the only option to leave, but I might just check in a bit less frequently. Anyhow. Thanks!

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Re: Howto unregister?
« Reply #7 on: 05:40, 11 November 18 »
Thanks guys, I appreciate this - I am not doing this to "fish for compliments" btw (seriously!!), it is really more about time managment. I am going to stay since I don't want to get banned, and that's the only option to leave, but I might just check in a bit less frequently. Anyhow. Thanks!


I wasn't proposing a permanent ban, though more of a specified time limit, which you can do on the Log in screen, however that only Logs you out. If there was something on that screen which could prevent a person from Logging in again until a specified time, it should improve Time Management.
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