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sky320rey
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Re: Old forums

#11 Post by sky320rey »

the old forum is very usefull, because a lot of facts are in there..
thx u have take care of it.. :P

pranavrules2008
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Re: Old forums

#12 Post by pranavrules2008 »

Um, the old forums are down.. Please can anyone mirror it? :(

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Re: Old forums

#13 Post by Bibian »

its been over a year and a half since old forums went down, nothing usefull there anymore thats even remotely relevant to the current Openkore version... so no

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Re: Old forums

#14 Post by pranavrules2008 »

Bibian wrote:its been over a year and a half since old forums went down, nothing usefull there anymore thats even remotely relevant to the current Openkore version... so no


There were many quite useful guides, tips and stuff in there.. If you wish, I can provide some hosting space for the old forums. Please do get it back up? Many of the things that were posted on the old forums aren't here on the new one.. Please do let me know if there's a web-hosting constraint, via PM, I can help you guys out with a dedicated account on one of my servers. Thank you..

Regards,
Pranav

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Re: Old forums

#15 Post by dejaime »

There were a really really good macro guide...
So sad... :(

Hope the old forums come back up
pranavrules2008 wrote:I can help you guys out with a dedicated account on one of my servers. Thank you..

Regards,
Pranav
That's good news (good olds actually...)!

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Re: Old forums

#16 Post by Scarya »

We don't need hosting space, but thanks.
Old forum won't come back so this topic is closed.
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