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1  NEWS AND DISCUSSION ABOUT CRAFTSTER / Craftster Itself / Problems with logging out (checked FAQ and still a bit stumped) on: June 09, 2009 05:53:00 PM
Hi, hope I'm posting this to the right place!
After taking a long hiatus from Craftster (been lurking some, but sadly university got in the way of general craftiness), I decided to try starting up again. My problem is that now, whenever I try to log out of Craftster, I get the following error:

An Error Has Occurred!
Session verification failed. Please try logging out and back in again, and then try again.

I checked the FAQ and deleted all cookies - which worked temporarily - but it mentioned that errors in logging out were just an occasional thing, and this is happening to me every time I try.  Sad

My question is: is deleting cookies each time before I log out something that I'll just have to get used to, or is there something wrong with my computer? My apologies if this is a totally lame question but I'm not as computer-literate as I should be and I'd really appreciate some clarification Smiley

P.S. In case it matters - I'm using Safari on OSX
2  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Dress question: size issues! on: April 01, 2007 11:44:35 AM
Hey Craftsters! First, let me say that as a longtime lurker of this website, I'm floored at all of the talent here! Each time I visit this website, there's always something new and amazing to see, and I don't think I'll ever get over it. Unfortunately, my first post here is a question, but I promise when I have time I will post what I've made, and I'm totally grateful for any help you guys can give  Smiley

Okay, so the scenario is: prom. I don't mind prom. Got nothing against it. In fact, you could say I'm excited for it. But I am against the idea of spending $200+ on a dress that I won't wear again, as I am not really a "dress person." My friends, awesome as they are, want to go all out for prom and once I made these feelings known, pestered me for a week and then actually went out and bought me a plain dress for me to "soup up" (as they know I sew and the like) so I wouldn't wear PJs to grad (is that really such a bad idea? They're cute and comfortable!). The dress fits well, except it's too small around the...erm...bust-y region (a total surprise to me as I am not "well-endowed" in the slightest). I love my friends so I don't want to disappoint them by not wearing the dress, so is there anything I can do to fix this? My inital idea was to put in an inverted-triangle insert on the side, but I don't know. I've been sewing on-and-off for little over a year, to give you guys an idea of my (in)competence. Sorry for the lengthy post and thank you so much in advance!
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