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Thanks to customer service, my PSN problem has been solved! On the other hand, is there any quick way for me to find out what I had in my cart when that crash happened? It just takes so long to scroll through every game by name, and then you have to select the game to see if you ever had it in the cart.

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Thanks to customer service, my PSN problem has been solved! On the other hand, is there any quick way for me to find out what I had in my cart when that crash happened? It just takes so long to scroll through every game by name, and then you have to select the game to see if you ever had it in the cart.

I'm thinking the answer to your question is no, however everything in your download list will had to have been in your cart at some point or other, why not just go to your download list, or does that not help you?

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These are games I had just put in my cart and not bought yet. What is the point of putting that icon on the image of games you've looked at when there is no way to know what they are unless you look at them directly?

By the way, are you U.K. connected as well? I am and we are going to be moving back there in '14.

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These are games I had just put in my cart and not bought yet. What is the point of putting that icon on the image of games you've looked at when there is no way to know what they are unless you look at them directly?

By the way, are you U.K. connected as well? I am and we are going to be moving back there in '14.

No I'm in the US, not the UK.

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*smacks head*

Gee, I can't read social or body language that well, and I guess misreading stuff online helps prove that. Well, guess I should shut up before I dig my hole any deeper...

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satin916 wrote:

*smacks head*

Gee, I can't read social or body language that well, and I guess misreading stuff online helps prove that. Well, guess I should shut up before I dig my hole any deeper...

ROFL , don't worry about it, I used to reside in the UK, but I'm in the USA permanently now.

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At least I gave you some humor.

By the way, what do you think of the differences between US and UK English? As I grew up and was homeschooled in the US I picked up English from my British mother, and we like to joke I'm bi-lingual. A fun example of that is when me moved to Arizona I had to teach myself how to say "wah-ter" instead of "wou-ter" so the uncultured rednecks at the local bar would know what we were ordering.

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