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Hentzau -> wargamer message posting fubar for me (7/14/2008 6:08:59 AM)

Hope Matrix doesn't switch over to whatever the new messageboard code is at wargamer. Doesn't seem to let me post a message body from Firefox 3. Hate those drop down menu items too. [:@]




JudgeDredd -> RE: wargamer message posting fubar for me (7/14/2008 11:55:03 AM)

But I do hope they sort out the search functionality. I seldom get returns on words I KNOW are in posts. Generally I am able to get results on a posters name, but not often do I get results on keyword searches.




Zap -> RE: wargamer message posting fubar for me (7/15/2008 4:07:25 AM)

I'll 2nd the input on the search function.

What's the story on the bookmark button? Is it an unintrusive way to recieve advertising $. Don't have an opinion, just curious. If it is, I guess thats the best way to do it.




Widell -> RE: wargamer message posting fubar for me (7/15/2008 10:04:18 AM)

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ORIGINAL: Zap
What's the story on the bookmark button? Is it an unintrusive way to recieve advertising $.


I guess not. Most of the options are related to "social networking" where you bookmark your favourite places on the net and share them with others.




Krasny -> RE: wargamer message posting fubar for me (7/15/2008 11:03:48 AM)

Opera doesn't work in the Wargamer forums either. [&:]




Marc von Martial -> RE: wargamer message posting fubar for me (7/15/2008 7:34:46 PM)

quote:

ORIGINAL: Zap
What's the story on the bookmark button? Is it an unintrusive way to recieve advertising $. Don't have an opinion, just curious. If it is, I guess thats the best way to do it.


You find this on many websites these days, it is a quick way to bookmark our page to social networks, and bookmarks sharing pages like "del.icio.us." or "digg".

It does not generate cash for us, but you guys could help promoting us this way [;)]




Hentzau -> RE: wargamer message posting fubar for me (7/16/2008 4:42:40 AM)

Just another note on this subject, wargamer forums also seem alot slower on a dial up connection than they did before(thinking there is some java crap involved). I'm thinking that wargamers more so than others might still be playing on slow connections since their actual system requirements are usually lower that mainstream gamers as well. [:(]




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