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Windows 7: To Mods -- to help solving peoples problems

11 Apr 2009   #11
skunksmash

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having a ''required field'' to sign up might be an idea, but again anyone who does not have that info will just move on to a site that does not require it.....

but TBH ive had enough of explaining to you the reasons why your schemes may be ''ultimately'' detrimental to the forum, if you wish to ask ADMIN direct thats your prerogative, but i think you'll hear the same as you've just been told.


have a nice day







:)SK
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