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From: Jon Nichols <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: where'd my 1600x1200 go?
Resent-Date: Wed, 27 Dec 2000 01:12:26 -0800
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My web mail does not offer me any line wrapping options.
but if you are such a nettiquette Nazi as you seem, you should turn off your HTML mail.
>> I have already killed all display managers as a matter of taste. I did
>> this back when I still had full resolution, and it didnt affect
>> anything AFAICT.
That's what I'm getting at. I was trying to fend off useless inquiries along that avenue before the fact. Thanks for being a jerk about it.
>Um. Yeah. And I can read your error messages, card type, and X server
>from here. Not.
Fuck you. I included my card type and error message earlier.
Obviously I have the right server, which runs fine in any resolution but the one I want. (and previously ran in the resolution I wanted).
>Yeah, but we're a lot ornerier over here, 'specially since all the
>newbies are discovering us.
or possibly you're just a dick. Thanks for the "help".
...They assimilate entire elections and we fall back. Not again. The line must be drawn *here*. This far! No farther! And *I* will make them PAY for what they've done.
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