Wyndsaid: Dong U Deadsaid: sorry I was getting comfused with RuneScape -
This whole section will be archived, but as seen above we will be moving lots of the current section to the new "RuneScape Game" section.
my bad Hmmm. Sorry, if I have got it wrong in other areas such as General Forums and feedback forums - I will just have to wait till it comes out and see whats what - I think I need to sleep before I comment any further or reread the opening post - lolz...
Dong U Deadsaid: Sorry, if I have got it wrong in other areas such as General Forums and feedback forums - I will just have to wait till it comes out and see whats what - I think I need to sleep before I comment any further or reread the opening post - lolz... Good .
By the way, the changes are already made. What's missing is the removal of the subforums stated in the first post and that will commence on Monday, December 3rd. Mod Meadows has not removed/archived those subforums yet in order to give time to users to take care of their threads.
Roohsaid: 2_Tronsaid: Uhhmm, is RuneScape3 bug free, or else, why removing NXT? Changes to game engine and computer OS updates in the upcoming years certainly will raise a lot of questions and discussion.
I've only looked at the first couple of pages, but it seems most topics could have been covered with a bug report... or a post in Tech Support.
If there are major changes to the game engine in the future a new feedback forum could be opened if necessary.I beg to differ but not going to continue arguing about it but a recent change to the game engine provided a range of unpleasant surprises which The RuneScape Community doesn't know about if they are all solved or still an issue. I do, more or less, understand this change as a change that is a result from RuneScape going mobile and Jagex's continuation to support the 'mobile industry' rather than supporting the 'computer industry'. If someone has money they can buy themselves support and those who can't suffer the consequences of discontinuation of computer support. It's more a 'threatening tool' to 'so called' lets see how great the mobile industry is over over the computer industry.
Some welcome changes... but some I strongly disagree with, such as the removal of the HLF: Off Topic section...
There’s so much history there, an an active community using that section. One of the more important benefits of that subsection is that Forum Mods have 0 power to do anything there. There’s also threads allowed in that section that’s not allowed on the normal forums. Are we to just lose out on all that? Are we as the small HLFOT community to try and adjust to whoever uses the current LLFOT?
Does all the hostoric threads in HLFOT get moved to HLFD and clutter that, or just be lost? There’s a couple of threads I can think of that wouldn’t be allowed on the LLF...
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