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#1 k3tchup

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Posted 12 November 2013 - 01:43 AM

Is it too much to ask to have automatic spell check  while typing? I reply to many threads often late after work and such and i often have to edit my posts to correct my terrible spelling and mistypes. Every forum i known has this option. Can't be too hard to add?


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Posted 12 November 2013 - 02:38 AM

I have spellcheck when I type, it was on since I joined this forum. I think it's your browser that needs to enable spellcheck, not the forum, so you may want to check your browser's settings.


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Posted 13 November 2013 - 12:40 AM

I have spellcheck when I type, it was on since I joined this forum. I think it's your browser that needs to enable spellcheck, not the forum, so you may want to check your browser's settings.

 

Hmm. Wow. I will have to look into this. I always use the latest firefox version with some addons.

 

Thanks!


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Posted 18 November 2013 - 11:38 PM

Its definitely a browser option.


After remaining clear for around 1.5 years following DKR (The Regimen), in March 2013 I decided to change to Epiduo.  I use a pea size amount of epiduo each night, followed by a layer of topical antibiotic (Eryacne). I also apply Eryacne every morning and moisturise twice a day. After switching to Epiduo from the regimen I found that it took a good 3 months to get back to being perfectly clear again and now I might get one small pimple appear per month.  I can live with that smile.png

I started following Dan's Regimen in September 2011 after suffering with acne for 20 years or so. I followed the Regimen instructions exactly and became 100% clear within 9-11 weeks. In December 2011 and after being consistently clear for over a month, I started to slowly reduce the amount of BP I used until I was only applying BP at night. My skin still remained clear however I sometimes switched to applying BP twice a day for a few days (perhaps once a month) if I felt a few under skin bumps starting to come up. I used acne.org products (including AHA and jojoba oil) and sometimes cetaphil moisturiser at night if I felt my skin was especially dry.  In the gallery I show my week by week progress following the regimen.


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Posted 24 November 2013 - 08:11 PM

Credit where credit is due: http://www.acne.org/...s/#entry3364982






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