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SuiSmith
post Feb 29 2008, 08:12 PM
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I still remember when it was MSN 7.5, after I installed StuffPlug-NG 2,

I found out that there was only 1 option that I don't think any add on or plug in for MSN could do.

Sorry that I don't remember what the option was called,

but the option I mentioned tells

when someone block me, when someone closed the conversation tab or open my conversation but didn't reply

the benefit of this option was great because people who set as "Away"
will lose their privacy when I know what he's doing behind the status.

I would be glad that the people who made SnuffPlug will bring this option back once again....



PS> I've read the pinned topic on the top which related on how to find the old version of SnuffPlug,
and found out it is so funny when all the replies comment on how bad in English of the one who posted
the topic was, ----- It makes me want to see the original message really...!

I'm from Thailand and I'm not a native English, please tell me I'm not one of them. haha


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Kangie
post Feb 29 2008, 08:32 PM
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It will never be bought back, as Windows Live Messenger has changed in such a way that it no longer works anywhere near as well as it should. It gives so many false positives that it's pretty much useless..

If you want it so badly, you can install an old version of MSN messenger
with Stuffplug2.

As this has been discussed several hundred times before, I shall close this thread, as no amount of asking for it back will ever have it put back in smile.gif
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