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Going to try this...LOL πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  • 9
    Until someone reverse engineers it.
  • 6
    This is a power user feature
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  • 0
    Mwahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah
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  • 2
    Just use netguard to obfuscate it and I doubt anyone will decompile it Haha.
  • 7
    That's against the code of ethic....oh that's right we don't have one!

    😈😈😈😈
  • 3
    If there’s a 5 second delay there will be no customers in the first placeπŸ˜…
  • 1
    More like rush the developers to put out anything as soon as possible. Then fix it indefinitely.
  • 3
    Believe it or not, I have a setup in my angular app designed for this exact same thing. All you have to do is increment a 'timeout' variable inside the config.json file by any no. of microseconds and everything goes to shit.

    I created it for testing purposes but forgot remove it later.
  • 2
    Not kidding I actually discovered a thread.sleep of 5000 and the eliminated it and voila exec thought its great boost.
  • 3
    Make the delay random to avoid correlation
  • 1
    If you're going to do that, you should do it properly and use a constant to store the sleep time. That way you just have to change it to zero once instead of manually removing many lines of code. No need to *actually* work tirelessly to speed up stupid implementation.
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