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Jan
28
asked Changing account associated with Kindle
Nov
4
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
3
awarded  Revival
Apr
12
awarded  Teacher
Apr
5
awarded  Editor
Apr
5
revised Is there a way to stop Facebook videos from automatically playing without changing my entire browser settings?
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Apr
5
answered Is there a way to stop Facebook videos from automatically playing without changing my entire browser settings?
Jan
11
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
8
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
22
awarded  Popular Question
May
19
comment Is it possible to change my username on youtube?
Is this still true?
Apr
24
comment Amazon wishlist shows my basic address
This doesn't change anything to me... It says "List of..." and my name, ok, but below that there's a "Sent this to:..." with full name, city and province. And I cannot change that without removing the address completely (which defeats the purpose of the wishlist for me in a way). I would prefer only the first name to be displayed, no last name or city at all. I seem to remember this was possible.
Apr
19
comment Amazon wishlist shows my basic address
@techturtle Yes, I've asked someone else to visit the link to my wishlist, they see the same.
Apr
19
asked Amazon wishlist shows my basic address
Feb
24
awarded  Tumbleweed
Feb
15
comment Google Spreadsheets formulas: compare each cell of two rows
Actually it should be, I don't know why it's not appearing in there. :D
Feb
15
comment Google Spreadsheets formulas: compare each cell of two rows
Jacob, by the way, by "I knew the solution was the array!" I mean that I was suspecting it but you confirmed it for me. Re-reading it now, it seems I'm saying your answer was already known to me which is not true lol :)
Feb
14
comment Google Spreadsheets formulas: compare each cell of two rows
I knew the solution was the array! Thanks for the input. I have used Onen's solution but I'm going to upvote yours too for the extra help. :)
Feb
13
awarded  Supporter
Feb
13
comment Google Spreadsheets formulas: compare each cell of two rows
Ah nevermind, I think I fixed it. In case others need it: I selected the cells that might have been affected and went to Format > Clear Formatting. Thanks again!