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    Signing out of your Autobuyer?

    The purpose of using proxies is to not get chained frozen, meaning you have to sign in and out of your Autobuyer.

    Signing in is easy.. while this may be a dumb question, how does one sign out? D:

    I assumed it signs out when you stop the program and close it, but it feels so wrong..

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    When you close it. That's all you need.

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    That easy huh? Fantastico! ^_^

    Thank you joe! Now I can sleep sound at night =]

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    I would just cross the autobuyer off, then do a disk cleanup to get rid of all the cookies and stuff. makes me feel better.

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