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This discussion should now take place in the Help forum.
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Postby tnnn » Mon May 12, 2003 1:21 pm

Hmm.. why do we have two 'Tips for a Healthy Forum Life' topics ?? Is this only iBoard BUG ??

And 2nd thing: was topic in General/Gothic 'Do you worship the devil?' removed ??
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Postby Lilith » Mon May 12, 2003 2:32 pm

tnnn WroteColonHmm.. why do we have two 'Tips for a Healthy Forum Life' topics ?? Is this only iBoard BUG ??

And 2nd thing: was topic in General/Gothic 'Do you worship the devil?' removed ??

PreZ upgraded GOTH.NET's kernel and tweaked the database, so I think it's a remnant from that.

And that topic wasn't moved, but it's a result of the aforementioned. I'd noticed it was gone yesterday.


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