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Followliker dealing with existing followers

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  1. devtrepreneur

    devtrepreneur Newbie

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    Hi guys,

    I reinstalled followliker on a new computer after a while now. I've had around 7500 followers 5500 following for a while now, and I'm wanting to now fix that ratio.

    Is there anyway followliker can unfollow my old followings, I've whitelisted all the users I dont want to unfollow, which comes down to about 150 users.

    If anyone has a solution please let me know.

    Thanks!
     
  2. splishsplash1

    splishsplash1 Power Member

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    Just set the 'unfollow after' to 0 days
     
  3. devtrepreneur

    devtrepreneur Newbie

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    I tried that but it only seems to unfollow users who I've followed when I started the software again.
     
  4. colorme

    colorme Senior Member

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    Yeah, This is one of the things we got to deal with when the "database" is corrupted or create a new instance.

    Clear cookies, optimize data, set unfollow to 0, close all instances of Follow Liker, and restart. Should work now by unfollowing everyone.

    I wish Follow Liker would come up with a better way to save databases and unfollow correctly. Even with a lost database, after you create a new instance, the program should "save" all followings as starting to follow after day one from the date the new instance was created.
    Thus, after you've had that new instance running for 3 days, it should unfollow any following that were saved by the program on the third day, if you set it to unfollow after 3 days. And so on.
    No need to set to 0, etc.

    Hope you guys get what I'm trying to say.