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    Programs Multi Account Format!

    I think all program's multi account settings should be a certain format, Because I have found on other sites that having to make 10 different lists for 10 different programs is a little out of hand.

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    What do you mean? Like how my ABer accepts "username: password" (no space) format? Although my programs are made that way (some are username: password: proxy settings), it's really up to the programmer as to how they want to make the multi-account format work.

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    I think the forum could have a program manager.
    Nothing related to the thread anyway, but yeah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Infamous Joe View Post
    What do you mean? Like how my ABer accepts "username: password" (no space) format? Although my programs are made that way (some are username: password: proxy settings), it's really up to the programmer as to how they want to make the multi-account format work.
    That is what I meant, but I was thinking, with my new shell creator I want to make sure my program is done in the simplest way possible for the users of the program.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashleys165 View Post
    That is what I meant, but I was thinking, with my new shell creator I want to make sure my program is done in the simplest way possible for the users of the program.
    In that case, make it so they can choose how the list is saved

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    Quote Originally Posted by ./m View Post
    In that case, make it so they can choose how the list is saved
    Never thought about that! Thanks!

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    Joe should update his multi account to be like this:
    Username:.Password:.Proxy (Without periods)
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