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I've noticed that on my friends list, there's a few whose "Last Online" time will often have no time length next to it. It's always the same few people that it happens to. Why does this occur?
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Monkeymage
3 years ago#2
They're not actually offline, they're listing themselves as offline in order to avoid you.
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thatauthor
3 years ago#3
Monkeymage posted...
they're listing themselves as offline in order to avoid you.


or maybe they just want to not talk to anyone in general.
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Xa3r0x
3 years ago#4
I have a similar question. Sometimes when I log off Steam (after being logged in for a few days consecutively), I check my profile through the browser and it says I've been offline for 2 days or so. What's the deal with that?
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thatauthor
3 years ago#5
Xa3r0x posted...
I have a similar question. Sometimes when I log off Steam (after being logged in for a few days consecutively), I check my profile through the browser and it says I've been offline for 2 days or so. What's the deal with that?


probably bugged. it does that for me when I see how long friends have been off.
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