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Gejitchi

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Posted 03 March 2007 - 07:02 PM ( #1 )

When people ask how to debug, people often reply with some pretty basic instructions and a few warnings about what could happen if done wrong. Sometimes, however, people also note that by erasing the pencil marks, you can "un-debug" your tama.

One thing always stressed about debugging is that you should rub lightly with the pencil. Doesn't rubbing the debug button with an eraser contradict this? When erasing something, you have to apply pressure to get the desired effect. This causes a lot more friction between the eraser and the something than a pencil does. Therefore, by erasing the marks, couldn't you potentially damage your tam? It seems like "un-debugging" is even more dangerous than debugging in the first place.

I haven't tried it, which is why I'd like to ask the general public here. Have any of YOU guys tried un-debugging?

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Posted 03 March 2007 - 07:04 PM ( #2 )

I have debugged, and undebugged two tamagotchis successfully. You do not have to rub very hard to erase the pencil marks.

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Posted 03 March 2007 - 07:05 PM ( #3 )

I debbuged i got the the secret carictures

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Posted 03 March 2007 - 07:08 PM ( #4 )

I have debugged, and undebugged two tamagotchis successfully. You do not have to rub very hard to erase the pencil marks.

Thanks for informing. I was just curious because I've debugged, but never un-debugged.