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How do we change the Name, rather the profile name...

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you dont...or rather you cant
If you mean by the username, then you have to make a new account. But, if you mean by the name you see on the profile, just click Settings on top-right.
setting i think'

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oh...why dont the moderators fix it.
settings and profile settings and it will let you change it
hope that was helpfull
ParthKohli is correct. You can change your real name, but not your username.
i dont think i can change my *real name*...i mean i can...but i have to redo certificates, paperworks, documents and it's just a hassle @farmdawgnation :/
... ? o.O
lol nice comeback :p made my joke look fail
That's just how I roll. :P

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