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Restore read access to old forums

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  • Mike Shegog

    Agree, why on Earth would you guys remove access to the old forum when there was so much useful information accumulated ? No doubt it will eventually be rebuilt and duplicated here over time ?   (btw the compilation of 31 articles is not really a substitute)

     

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  • Jayx .

    May I suggest anyone who want it to vote as it's been said that requests will be considered depends on the number of votes.

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  • Boss .

    Only votes to the original post seem to display on the community page...

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  • Mike Shegog

    No doubt a silly question but how does one 'vote'   ?  is it that little number to the left here with the up and down arrows which say "Yes" and "No" on cursor over ?  
    So, Boss are you saying we'd have to vote for Brad Levy's post at the top ?
    (sorry I'm not that good with forums)

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  • Boss .

    Mike, yes, can 'up' vote or 'down' vote.

    Yesterday I saw a post which at the top level view of that forum category had no votes against the OP, but the replies had some votes, so not sure, but it would make some sense.

    I'm sure they will read all the posts though.

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  • Mike Shegog

    Thanks Boss, got it, done.
    This system doesn't seem to have a 'keep me logged in' option, so if I want to even reply to this (from the emailed alert)  I have to go back and log in each time. 

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  • Jim Melser

    I too don't get why the old forum would be killed...I voted for this thread in hopes of reviving the old info.

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  • Davide Spano

    I'd like to join the chorus of those who would like to see the old forum info available again to DesignSpark users. I too do not understand how taking away the forum could help DesignSpark to grow in popularity.  

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  • COUREL Christophe

    Yes, it was full of interesting things in the old forum, and especially for those who are not specialists in PCB.

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