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OP M4io

29th October 2004, 05:56 PM   |  #1  
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Do you like it?

I'm not sure, we will have to see how it turns out. But it would be a shame if Blue Angel users stop reading the Himalaya, Wallaby posts. Because a lot of those guys have experience/answers on those machines.
29th October 2004, 07:19 PM   |  #2  
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Re: forum subdivided in phone type.
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Originally Posted by M4io

Do you like it?

I'm not sure, we will have to see how it turns out. But it would be a shame if Blue Angel users stop reading the Himalaya, Wallaby posts. Because a lot of those guys have experience/answers on those machines.

Point is the old hack with two different phone types was both unmaintainable (or at least not on the current time-budget), and it would become unworkable as well when there's 5 or more phones: a 2D matrix of messages would have resulted in a giant mess as well.

More on this later, first some more work...
29th October 2004, 09:07 PM   |  #3  
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Peter, thanks for all the hard work!

I have a remark, though.
With the partitioning of the forum in the various HTC phone types, I feel I'm missing a forum entry with a name like "Software" or "Applications". Threads on applications like Zendrui's PocketZenPhone (an app. that runs on at least Wallaby and Himalaya), aren't really at home with one specific phone type.
Of course, there is the "General" forum. But that's so ........... general.

Is that an option?

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Albondigas
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