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#1 averagejoe

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Posted 05 July 2006 - 11:56 PM

"This data is based on users active over the past five minutes"

where do I go to change this to a higher time? like 15 minutes

#2 robos99

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Posted 06 July 2006 - 02:28 AM

Could you be more descriptive? That question is about as vague as possible.

"This data is based on users active over the past five minutes"

Where is that coming from? What are you quoting?

#3 .josh

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Posted 06 July 2006 - 04:32 AM

i'm going to assume that you have some 3rd party script like a message board or cms where users are logged in and it shows the active users within the last 15 minutes and you wish to change it to show the active users in the past say, 5 minutes. am i right?  Well that's as far as my psychic abilities will go. 

Please post which program you are refering to, and oh yeah, this is not the right forum. Try the 3rd party program forum or better yet, read the script's documentation or go to their site.
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