Work today was slow and plodding. We played with several known settings until our noses bled (metaphorically, my nose didn't bleed - this time) until someone from Software asked why something was set this way. I replied that I had no idea - I didn't set it, so that must be the system default. The Systems guy chimes in that it isn't the system default. The configuration file is checked to confirm that I didn't touch the setting. It does confirm this. Systems guy repeats himself.
I left them in that state while my benchmate started changing the file to their specifications. I hope that fixes the issue so we can finish our last witnessed test with a pass.
I'm heading to Howard's right now for class and I'm so glad I can make it to some more of his classes than I have been lately.
Erin got a red shirt that says 'Pancakes'. I did good!