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Thrumbar 02-06-13 10:43 AM

Cannot reply to postings in Database/Quest
I cannot reply to any post in the Database/Quest folder. Keep getting

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No problems in any other folders...


Vis 02-06-13 11:49 AM

That's how it's setup. It's not anything you are doing wrong. Initially that particular forum was made to be a clutter free place. You would post a specific quest that wasn't in the database and/or made Carb act funny and the Authors would look into it.

That's why that forums description is the way it is. Bold is me.


Carbonite: DataBase/Quests
Report database / quest issues here. Reply is disabled. Only single posts allowed.

jeffy162 02-06-13 03:37 PM

Yeah, well, not anymore. Apparently it's been "unlocked" (or at least it's "unlocked" at the time I posted this).

Personally, I feel this is a bad idea.

Rythal 02-06-13 04:18 PM

I'd personally prefer people being able to comment, to confirm something acted up, or to give more details the original poster didn't provide which is why I asked for it to be unlocked.

Vis 02-07-13 07:12 PM

it would almost seem that with the re organization that you've done on the forums Rythal, that the DB/Quest specific thread is a bit overkill. Having just the separate forums for the Beta and live build bugs seems enough. Just my two cents.

mjumnito 02-08-13 02:42 AM

Not to sure about overkill. Personally I like being able to look in one area (quest/db in this case) to see if others are having the same problem i may have.

infact when the addon goes modular I think we need a sub forum for each module. that way specifics can be found easier. Now getting everybody to post in said sub-forums will be a task in it self :rolleyes:

NoggenFogger 02-08-13 10:17 AM


Originally Posted by mjumnito (Post 272838)
... Now getting everybody to post in said sub-forums will be a task in it self :rolleyes:

This is exactly what Moderators are for... for which I would happily volunteer. Messy forums are in my top 5 pet peeves. ;)

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