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Holiday forum bats, etc.

SORRY all! Bats are finally gone! Nov 5th so 5 days too late.

Work has been kicking my butt lately and I'm not able to visit the site daily like normal. The holiday script was supposed to turn it off when it turned Nov 1 and it obviously didn't. I've alerted the developer to see if there's an update.

No matter. Did it manually.

Wait till you see the turkeys walking all over your screen during Thanksgiving! 🦃🦃🦃
 
Probably has to do with your hardware/software combo. On my windows 11 desktop, they fly all around the screen like flies or gnats. Sort of cute, but infinitely annoying IMO.
 
So this is always kinda fun for me. The script lets you swarm the screen or limit it to just a few. In years past (at APC), I would limit it to a couple of bats.

People thought they were seeing an ant on their screen or a gnat flying by. One even told me they swatted their screen!

It's the little things that make you chuckle. Although that's not very friendly of me so I turned them off.

Let's see what I decide with the turkeys!
 
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