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21. Posted: Fri 17th Jul 2009 23:43 BST
Work harder, faster, stronger!
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22. Posted: Sat 18th Jul 2009 00:00 BST
Yea, after I kept hearing that phrase, I looked it up a few years ago. Certainly before my time!
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23. Posted: Sat 18th Jul 2009 00:23 BST
22. Posted: Sat 18th July, 2009 @ 00:00
Wow, Adam just did something really weird: He posted EXACTLY at 00:00 on the dot.
Edited on Sat 18th July, 2009 @ 00:23 by pixelman
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24. Posted: Sat 18th Jul 2009 00:23 BST
@warioswoods! I was used in an example? W00 I feel special!
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25. Posted: Mon 20th Jul 2009 01:50 BST
I would use that drop-down poster list, but it only goes through the "M's." Real shame, because I'm a bit curious how many posts I've racked up around here.
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26. Posted: Wed 29th Jul 2009 07:10 BST
This is possibly the single most important thing I can think of to include in a forum. I have to ask: why don't we already have one? Regardless, I hope this forum gets one soon, it's sad to see so many repeating threads that die out in less than a day.
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27. Posted: Wed 2nd Sep 2009 03:27 BST
How goes work on this? @Chrono Cross: Beat ya to the punch already.
Edited on Wed 2nd September, 2009 @ 03:28 by KnucklesSonic8
28. Posted: Sun 6th Sep 2009 10:15 BST
Pretty silly to cobble yourself together your own broke ass forum when there are are forum systems far superior that you could skin and modify to your needs. VB etc...
29. Posted: Sun 6th Sep 2009 13:36 BST
^^ Charming indeed.
It is getting a bit old now, going back through ten pages to avoid duplicate threads, new visitors however just post a question with no way of knowing if it already exists. Are there any hidden tricks we don't know about, a way to search for a topic title as opposed to user posts? I hope you guys fix something soon as I think it's doing EVERYBODIES head in now. It's making it less fun. There are topics I'd like to go back to, but go dizzy scrolling through page after page, then on page 20, you wonder if you missed it. Doh!
I know you guys are more than aware, just looking for a lil update, let us know if it's close.
30. Posted: Sun 6th Sep 2009 13:45 BST
magic waffles YES:Dmagic Pancakes NO:(what i mean is yes this is a good idea!
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31. Posted: Mon 7th Sep 2009 09:35 BST
Kieranmullen may not have been too tactful with that post, but a good point was made. I've actually found myself wondering why this site doesn't just run on standard software. The one used by 360Achievements.org, PS3Trophies.org, the official Atlus forums, and probably many others works just fine! I mean, I like the unique look of NLife, but the utility sacrifices are almost too much! Even so, I'm here for the people, and the site functions well enough to not leave. I really DO hope this search feature is done SOON, though.
32. Posted: Mon 7th Sep 2009 16:01 BST
I think that there's a few of very obvious reasons why you wouldn't want to use "off-the-shelf" software:
1. The ability to tailor functionality to your own requirements
2. The experience of coding your own BBS system (everyone forget that Ant does web design for a living?)
3. Not having to pay for the underlying software keeps down the costs of a fan site that's largely supported by volunteer efforts.
Considering it's bespoke I think it's very far from being "broke ass" myself.
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33. Posted: Mon 7th Sep 2009 20:21 BST
@Sean Aaron: I don't mean to be rude when I say this (although I know full well it lends itself fully to that sentiment), but my dad says that a forum without a search function from the start should never have been launched and is just plain stupid design, and I kind of agree with him. Why WASN'T there a search function in the first place?
34. Posted: Tue 8th Sep 2009 16:07 BST
No clue, though I will say that you can get hits in the forums by using the general site search function.