User talk:Lemmio

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- СПУТНИКССС Р 00:10, 26 March 2006 (UTC)

Original tabs option[edit]

Hi Lemmio. This is a quick message to let you know that the caction tool option variable "keepOriginalTabs" no longer works, due to a bug in a new version of the script. The presence of the old option variable in your monobook.js will not cause any errors, however if you wish to continue having the original tabs option, please change the variable in your monobook.js from keepOriginalTabs to ctOriginalTabs. Many thanks. If you find any new bugs in the script, please let me know! haz (talk) e 11:21, 24 September 2006 (UTC)

Cactions tool[edit]

Lemmio, just to inform you, I've released a long-overdue upgrade to the cactions tool, which you should be able to see already (Ctrl-F5 if not). The tool should still work just as before, although you will need to update your JS to the new configuration system to keep the original tabs functionality; see User:Haza-w/Caction tool for the documentation. If you find any bugs or have any queries or feature requests, please get in touch. Thanks, and enjoy! haz (talk) 20:24, 20 October 2008 (UTC)

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