User talk:Dbreakey

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Your page is confusing[edit]

Your userbox says you don't use MS products (good idea) and yet it also says you contribute using WinXP. You can't have it both ways. Of course, it's your userpage, and you can put whatever you want to on it, but still. Alan 04:05, 21 May 2006 (UTC)

Believe me, I know; I run Debian Linux as my base system, hence the vast majority of my contributions are made with it. However, for work purposes (and a few other, select purposes, like running Campaign Cartographer), I keep a VMware session available that has Windows XP present; since I don't really care which OS I use when I'm running a web browser (I use Mozilla, or a Mozilla-based browser either way), there are rare occasions when I make contributions from there. Even more rarely, I sometimes use Internet Explorer, but that's generally when nothing else is working; otherwise I use IETab when I absolutely must.

If there's a "Prefer not to use MS products, but occasionally has no choice" userbox, I'd use it. But I didn't see one when I set those up (granted, I haven't checked recently). --David Breakey 14:01, 21 May 2006 (UTC)

There; I think that's the best I can do, for now, without creating my own userbox.--David Breakey 14:16, 21 May 2006 (UTC)

Here's an idea[edit]

If you remove the line that has div style="float:right; width:30%;" from your userpage, you'll have a much better format. Alan 00:53, 22 May 2006 (UTC)

Proposed deletion of PageStream[edit]

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