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5-15-2008 @ 3:12PM
Yeah, slow news day.@Badger: Change your skin over to the new one. I have my personal user skin which still looks like the old one, but the new one looks drastically different from the old one.
5-15-2008 @ 3:49PM
This isn't a "slow news day" post. This is actually very interesting to those of us who use wowwiki from time to time. I really appreciate them bringing this to our attention. ...freakin wow news crack addicts.
5-15-2008 @ 4:38PM
Pzych: How do I go about changing Skins? Do I have to register as a Wikia user? (I'm already set up on the UESP Wiki, OblivioWiki, and Guild Wiki, in case that would expedite the process.)
5-15-2008 @ 5:26PM
Well actually, as a guest user, you should be seeing the updated skin. However, if you've only recently begun using WoWWiki, the updated skin's been up for a month or two, so there may be some confusion as to whether you've actually been looking at the updated skin this entire time.
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