I think what happened -- so far as I can tell -- is that we were experimenting with the problem we are having with titles changing, The issue seems to be file permissions. The directory that houses the titles is the same one as the "badwords" file. In the course of that, I think at the moment we were altering the file, you posted, and since the software couldn't access the "badwords" file... everything was censored. Does that make sense?<br><br>We are still working on it, so thanks for your patience my friend.<br><br>Warmest regards,<br><br>Stan<br><br>
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