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I am indeed loading from more than one program. And yeah, it's meant to say that. I have some other modules - it's just telling me which module is currently running

I do have a small update - the html was a separate problem, now fixed (I was dropping through an if statement, rather than jumping to the end of the script). However it is still duplicating everything to the log file. I don't really care about the log file that much, but it would be nice to know what's going on.

The duplicates from the command line (the duplicate module messages) thing has vanished too. I think I may have a very sick system.

I didn't believe in evil until I dated it.

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