This issue has been floating around for a couple of weeks now. It has not been addressed by AOL at all. Some users will receive “Unable to save your changes at this time.” error messages when trying to edit their AIM Profiles. This usually occurs when all profile information has been mysteriously deleted.
There have been a small amount of users who have noticed their profiles are back in working order. This has been fixed by AOL.
Unable to change Private Profile to Public
Also we’ve been receiving reports about users unable to switch between private and public profiles because the options are grayed out. Please keep in mind that until your screen name hits its sixteenth birthday, you will not be able to change it to a public profile.
Code Snippet Module Removed
In another upset, AOL has removed the Code Snippet module due to bugs, it is expected to come back at an unknown date.
AimXP is a default Windows XP skin for Aim 6. The purpose of this skin was to recreate the familiar feeling of Windows XP on Windows Vista.
AimXP is a part of the OS skin pack which includes five skins:
- AIMXP Blue
- Vista Basic
- OSX Leopard
- OSX Leopard White
Each skin is included in the pack, you do not need to download them separately.
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