Using the Frapper map

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Using the Frapper map

Postby fireatwill on Fri Apr 25, 2008 12:52 pm

Hello, I've decided after trialing Mint for a week that it's a nifty bit of kit, so I now dual boot between ubuntu and this
as I finally got rid of windows :D I seem to be doing alright managing both these distro's, just one thing, how the devil do you get to post yourself on th community map Frapper I must admit I'm totally bamboozled, it won't let me put the pin where I want :roll: Any help on this would be greatly appreciated :?
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Re: Using the Frapper map

Postby GrayWizardLinux on Fri Apr 25, 2008 12:58 pm

I screwed around with that for a while about 6 months ago and finally got it to work. do not remember how. I looked again last week and my name was not there and it seemed like many others were missing too- basically it looks like a crappy piece of software.

I would not waste my time or your time on worrying about it. Personally that is.
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Re: Using the Frapper map

Postby fireatwill on Sun Apr 27, 2008 7:31 am

I think you are right, tried a few more times and gave up in the end :x It's not important anyway, thanks for the input :D
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