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I mean, that’s normal right ?

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  • 1
    @Stuxnet this is something you'd do, ya dumbass.
  • 0
    I thought I was the only one 😂
  • 0
    I feel that pain once a while.
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    I do that daily. Also, the chrome caching my website and not showing the lastest changes was a huge bummer for me, until my friend showed me the magical ctrl+shift+r
  • 2
    @2Large I found that when frantically Google searching for "why my CSS isn't working" and got to tell my classmates they don't need to go into settings and delete the cache each time.
  • 0
    I admit it happened to me as well except I knew after a few tries, but fucking 45 minutes?! You should question your career as a programmer...
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    Every time we upgrade our framework and need to maintain the old version for use in upper environments I make this mistake. I have 2 repositories and often make changes in the wrong one.

    "How is it possible to change this and it's not even showing? Is the compiler busted? Am I on the wrong url? What the fuck is g-

    God dammit wrong folder"
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    I'm trying to learn to never have the live site open in another tab/window when I'm working in it locally.
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    It can be but 45 minutes, in that time anyone (at least with her level of experience) would know where to look at (like the URL bar).
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    @Berkmann18 you're assuming they don't do shenanigans with DNS or /etc/hosts.

    It happens.
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    @Redders Perhaps, but I've yet to find a significant amount of people who do that.
  • 0
    @Berkmann18 you've just lucky ;-) you wouldn't believe the madness that happens in some places.

    Often it isn't down to individual developers, it's just "how we do things here".
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    @Redders That's a good point but saying I'm lucky given what I've been through would be far from the truth 😃.
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