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All you have to do is Email RLC staff they'll take care of most tenants have done this when they move in. RLC will correct the problem.

Just don't send them a screenshot of it or they will ban your account.

Thanks StnCld316 i forgot to mention that..duh..

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Do you mean the bit of cardboard stuck on the desk above their lap top?

I thought it was there to reduce the reflection from the light on the screen.

He means the 'improvised tent' in the room. At least that is what I call it  :) That is blocking camera 2. So, if anyone is lying on the couch it is not visible for us. But maybe it's temporary and they will take it away.

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Do you mean the bit of cardboard stuck on the desk above their lap top?

I thought it was there to reduce the reflection from the light on the screen.

He means the 'improvised tent' in the room. At least that is what I call it  :) That is blocking camera 2. So, if anyone is lying on the couch it is not visible for us. But maybe it's temporary and they will take it away.

Blocking cameras? Improved tent?

They had a bed sheet washed and it was drying.. Come on! :)

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Do you mean the bit of cardboard stuck on the desk above their lap top?

I thought it was there to reduce the reflection from the light on the screen.

He means the 'improvised tent' in the room. At least that is what I call it  :) That is blocking camera 2. So, if anyone is lying on the couch it is not visible for us. But maybe it's temporary and they will take it away.

Blocking cameras? Improved tent?

They had a bed sheet washed and it was drying.. Come on! :)

All I say is that it LOOKS like an improvised tent and that it blocks the camera right now. I don't say that they block the camera on purpose or that it will be there forever. So...

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