$CGI::nosticky(1) is a syntax error, like saying package CGI; $nosticky(1);. What is happening now is that the values of the dropdown must have at least two characters. If they have one, they don't get updated, even if I use -nosticky and -override :^). Workaround: do ['01' .. '31'] instead of [1 .. 31]. Oh well.
Since this is yet another XP stats tool, I'm leaving it alone. I'm not specially proud of the code, and I was planning to post a SoPW along with it, asking for some flames.
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