Is there any way you can combine all your status checkers?

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bartleby
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Is there any way you can combine all your status checkers?

Postby bartleby » Wed Dec 08, 2010 9:29 pm

Instead of individually logging into each? Is there some program that checks for it? I know logging in is half the fun but no, not really.

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furrywalls
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Re: Is there any way you can combine all your status checkers?

Postby furrywalls » Wed Dec 08, 2010 9:40 pm

I think someone had created a program for this but LSAC made them shut it down if I remember correctly.

Aggiegrad2011
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Re: Is there any way you can combine all your status checkers?

Postby Aggiegrad2011 » Wed Dec 08, 2010 9:46 pm

I just timed how long it took for me to check 13 statuses.

Less than 2 minutes!

Is this what our society has come to thanks to broadband internet and other instant gratification? 2 minutes is too long to manually check status checkers, really?

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jim
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Re: Is there any way you can combine all your status checkers?

Postby jim » Wed Dec 08, 2010 9:48 pm

Aggiegrad2011 wrote:I just timed how long it took for me to check 13 statuses.

Less than 2 minutes!

Is this what our society has come to thanks to broadband internet and other instant gratification? 2 minutes is too long to manually check status checkers, really?



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Fresh
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Re: Is there any way you can combine all your status checkers?

Postby Fresh » Wed Dec 08, 2010 9:51 pm

if you check your statuses so often that you want a combined status check, then we all know that your time isn't that valuable anyways. so go ahead and check them individually to give yourself something to do ;)




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