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  1. #41

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    0 Not allowed!
    A lot of stores are now starting to put bettas in proper display tanks. Still a bit on the small side, but I see more and more of the Aqua One barracks where they have 0.5 litres each and it's filtered and heated. Other stores keep them in 0.5-1 litre glass containers, which always look nice and clean. More and more people are realising that these fish don't live in cups, and I would recommend that people go and buy them from a store that keep them in filtered container, or at least large clean containers, rather then getting them from a store that keeps them in cups. That way you support the stores that keep them properly, and remove the business from the ones that don't.

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    0 Not allowed!
    The caps thing is really frustrating me...

    I WANT TO YELL ABOUT IT!!!

    But all the browsers I use do the same thing. I even got a PM from william because I used "blah blah blah" as a place holder for a post written all in caps.


    YEEEEEELLLLLLLLLING!
    SIX OR MORE MAN TO THE RESCUE!

  3. #43

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    0 Not allowed!
    You can download a registry thing to disable the caps lock key here:

    http://www.roger.id.au/index.php?section=1&pageid=42

    It's the one at the top. I always disable the caps lock key as one of the first things I do after formatting or getting a new computer. I only wish there was one for the insert key as well.

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