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How come when I remove friends they don't leave the list?
When you remove friends it doesn't automatically turn off tracking (which is automatically turned on when you add them). Try this:
My Home -> Account -> Alert & E-mail Settings
At the bottom of that page you'll find a list of "Currently tracked members". You have to remove them from that list as well.
How do you remove friends?
Hey BobbyBoy2012, I don't have any friends so I cannot confirm but I think it goes something like this:
Home > Friends > Remove Friend (next to their name)
thank you the1337surgeon it worked
thanks, it worked
Why are so many non members on this site?
by aidan0816 4 minutes ago
Nakamura is Japanese not American
by With_every_step 4 minutes ago
To the people who won't stop complaining about other people
by kaynight 8 minutes ago
10/25/2016 - Too Far Advanced
by Leoneeds 14 minutes ago
Sub 1000 (ranging from just below 1000 to about 400 :O)
by AIM-AceMove 14 minutes ago
The notion that <1000 is awful?
by AIM-AceMove 18 minutes ago
Time loss for f2p players punishes many other players
by ponz111 21 minutes ago
Is 1....e6 a good and flexible move against 1.d4?
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erik and cc staff
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