Viccel.com socks

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  1. aleksandr

    aleksandr Senior member

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    can you see discount on old page ? if you click following link http://eshopoldpage.viccel.com/

    It shows mid calf at $8.11 and OTC at $11.11. And I do not see the styleforum discount language.
     
  2. KemalOnyurt

    KemalOnyurt Senior member

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    It shows mid calf at $8.11 and OTC at $11.11. And I do not see the styleforum discount language.

    I found IE6.0.2900.5512 in one of our pcs and it seems working when I click the link.

    If you cant see discount indication, we will send you extra 1/4 of total order quantity

    I m not sure I could describe clearly, here is what I mean,

    1pr extra in 4 prs order
    2prs extra in 8 prs order
    3prs extra in 12 prs order

    Please send us mail about your membership in style forum after making order so you will get extra pairs.
     
  3. fxh

    fxh Senior member

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    My work uses IE6 too. For the life of me I can't understand why. And everything is on lockdown too so I can't install anything else [​IMG]

    I use Opera Browser - have for the last 10 years or so.

    At a squeeze I will use Firefox - I only use IE as a last resort when some idiot has a site that only works in IE - They still exist.

    You can install Opera on a USB stick and run it from there if the IT idiots have locked everything down.

    Even more satisfying is to burn a "live" Linux DVD or CD and run it from the CD drive. Has a complete operating system with browser etc. I always carry one in my bag - very very handy.

    I think theres some distros work on a usb now.

    http://www.linux.com/archive/feature/58080
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Live_CD
    http://www.knopper.net/knoppix/index-en.html
     
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    I found IE6.0.2900.5512 in one of our pcs and it seems working when I click the link.


    It doesn't quite work for me. The "1 pair extra" is great if one is ordering 5 pairs of socks at one go; whereas the 20% discount on all purchases is a little more flexible for most of us.
     
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    can you see discount on old page ? if you click following link http://eshopoldpage.viccel.com/

    Yes, I checked it on my IE6 browser here at work and I can see it just fine.


    I use Opera Browser - have for the last 10 years or so.

    At a squeeze I will use Firefox - I only use IE as a last resort when some idiot has a site that only works in IE - They still exist.

    You can install Opera on a USB stick and run it from there if the IT idiots have locked everything down.

    Even more satisfying is to burn a "live" Linux DVD or CD and run it from the CD drive. Has a complete operating system with browser etc. I always carry one in my bag - very very handy.

    I think theres some distros work on a usb now.

    http://www.linux.com/archive/feature/58080
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Live_CD
    http://www.knopper.net/knoppix/index-en.html


    Yeah man, you're talking to a fellow Linux enthusiast; specifically Ubuntu/Debian distros. Here's a better question: What are two computer nerds doing on a Style forum? [​IMG]

    EDIT: A true test of a linux user is to be able to convert their significant other to comfortably use an OS outside of Apple/Windows. I've got my fiancee on Ubuntu 10.04 and a rooted Droid Incredible [​IMG]
     
  6. aleksandr

    aleksandr Senior member

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    (Sorry for hijacking your thread Kemal)

    Sad thing is, they even have the network connection locked down. I tried firefox-on-a-stick once. It wouldn't connect to anything.
     
  7. cartisdm

    cartisdm Senior member

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    Kemel,

    I didn't get a chance to order last night from home so I just placed an while at work for 2 pair using the old site. I can't wait for them to arrive (though I understand the shipping process takes quite a while)

    Can't wait!
     
  8. Sanguis Mortuum

    Sanguis Mortuum Senior member

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    Here's a better question: What are two computer nerds doing on a Style forum? [​IMG]

    Make that three.
     
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    fxh Senior member

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    (Sorry for hijacking your thread Kemal)

    Sad thing is, they even have the network connection locked down. I tried firefox-on-a-stick once. It wouldn't connect to anything.


    Have you tried setting to by pass proxies?
     
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    fxh Senior member

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    Yes, I checked it on my IE6 browser here at work and I can see it just fine.

    Yeah man, you're talking to a fellow Linux enthusiast; specifically Ubuntu/Debian distros. Here's a better question: What are two computer nerds doing on a Style forum? [​IMG]

    EDIT: A true test of a linux user is to be able to convert their significant other to comfortably use an OS outside of Apple/Windows. I've got my fiancee on Ubuntu 10.04 and a rooted Droid Incredible [​IMG]


    I'm no nerd - its just basic life skills. You have to be able to work effectively whatever stupid ill thought through lockdown people who can't do your job have inflicted. So you need to know things.

    I use Opera Unite to log into my main PC at home from wherever I am.
     
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    I'm having issues with the size to get updated into the system. After choosing size, I still get the message that I need to choose size when adding socks to teh cart
     
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    I'm having issues with the size to get updated into the system. After choosing size, I still get the message that I need to choose size when adding socks to teh cart

    Do you have Javascript disabled or anything like that?
     
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    Do you have Javascript disabled or anything like that?

    Not sure what was wrong, but now it's working [​IMG]
     
  14. KemalOnyurt

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    Finally 100%Merino socks are ready. We are really sorry for latency tests and improvements took more than we expected but production hides many things for latency if you are dealing yarn to ready socks.
    As brief they are made of australian merino wool as 2 ply yarn which supplies softness and strength.
    100% Merino wool socks are 40% thicker than wool-silk socks but they are as soft as wool-silk.
    For now we have 8 colors as usual we would like to learn your new thoughts about colors.
    Thanks for your patience.
    [​IMG]
     
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    any multiple color socks that you would prefer on a grey suit?
     

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