Good morning, is it possible to change my signature to steve iow thanks
That's done – you'll have to log-in with your new username.
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Hello, just found this thread.
Could I please have my username changed to SiUK if it is available or SiMONUK if not?
Done – remember you now have to sign in with this username, not the old one.
Could I have mine amended to david@frankharveyhifi ?
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Only just discovered this thread. Been wanting to change my username, so I re-registered under this new name. Only afterwards did it occur to me that multiple registrations might be (and I now see indeed are) contrary to house rules.
Apologies for that!
Is it possible to delete my first account 'matthewgbell'?
Thanks and doh! again.
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Could I get a name change pls.to
No signature worth mentioning...
Done. Couldn't do the quotes, ironic or otherwise, as the site won't allow it.
Please remember you now have to sign in with your new username.
A propos of nothing, I've long wondered whether you might like to get rid of your underscore (now that spaces are allowed)...?
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But the underscore's ironic, or something. I've thought about changing it completely tbh, it's not relevant now and the baggage it carries gets a bit much at times.
If it means having to login with a new name though, I'm not bothered enough to go through that rigmarole again...
I wouldn't bother then, since your muscle memory is probably so ingrained...
I see mine was skillfully avoided...
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