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  • 阿姆
    阿姆 wrote:
    <p>I was thinking,&nbsp;how come i could add&nbsp;girls from Dalian, but never&nbsp;saw them in our forums. Apparently they are&nbsp;all chattin in a weliveindalian forum&nbsp;so I'm missin' my golden chances to get laid buwhahahaha. <br /><br />I saw&nbsp;Lao Lee chattin up there, so&nbsp;is there a way without jumping from one webpage to another to post threads?<br /><br />We could even have a war threads between Beijing and Dalian?! Digital heads chopped off and flyin in slow motion.</p>
  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)


    Hahahahaha ... I have always wondered about the same thing ...

    There used to be a "dropdown box" to select WeLiveInXXXXX, and my guess is that it will let you jump from one site to another ...

    I was at one stage, posting on both BJ and SH, simultaneously, which is quite annoying ...


  • Simen Wangberg

    I'll meet you guys at the crossroads - so y'all won't be lonely.

  • Joakim Lund Rangel

    weliveindalian.com have their own forum.

    If you want you can visit weliveindalian.com and login with your WLIB account to post in their forum.

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)


    Hahahahaha ... I was actually looking for another thread, and clicked on this one to check on something ... Jo, is it possible to bring back the old drop-down box, so that we can change from the WLI site to another, without logging in and out, and also worrying about "time out"?

  • Joakim Lund Rangel

    叮噹叔叔 (妇协杂工) :

    Sorry, we removed it for a reason. It`s not likely that it will come back.

    Anyways, just open up a new tab and go to weliveindalian.com - you`ll be signed in automagically as long as you check the "remember me" checkbox when you sign in here.

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)


    Hahahahaha ... ah ... the old "remember me" thingie ... but that would be a bad idea, if anyone happens to be using a shared computer ... right?

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