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Things are slow on forum.You know what we need

Postby Neville Bastian » Tue, May 18 2010, 4:36AM

We need version 7 released. Send everyone the Alpha version to liven up things.
Maybe things were so active with the last version release that now things are settling down, its seem slow.

I guess a few people at Thermwood are starting to feel the pressure come off.
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Re: Things are slow on forum.You know what we need

Postby Gary Puckett » Tue, May 18 2010, 6:32AM

Neville,

I also have noticed the low activity, I thought it was just me. In the past you could post a subject and within hours you would get a response of some kind. Now it seems like they sit for days.A lot of the old names you hardly see anymore.



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Re: Things are slow on forum.You know what we need

Postby Tom Nienow » Tue, May 18 2010, 9:20AM

I,d like to see V7 come out just to see if it causes anyone frustration, I wouldn't 'upgrade' right away though, I did that with V6 and I'm still kickin' myself, next time I'm gonna wait and see what explodes in everyone else's lap(top).

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Postby Gary Puckett » Tue, May 18 2010, 7:29PM

Heres some food for thought...............why are people posting eCabinet problems on wood web? :? what is going on :?: I posted a question a few days ago on how to explode a 3d dwg file so I could give it different textures. Now I know for a fact some of our members can do this and explain the procedure but, I am still waiting.

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Re: Things are slow on forum.You know what we need

Postby Neville Bastian » Tue, May 18 2010, 7:47PM

Hi Tom & Gary.
I was only messing with version 7. It may be a couple of years before we see this happen. The last upgrade was a massive redo with the deletion of the online hardware purchase scheme.
Maybe being quite on the forum is a good sign. People might be getting on with the new version and busy doing work?
I would be curious to see what has worked its way up to the top of the TO DO LIST in the programmers room. I just hope its not too many things and some past area's are revised for upgrades based on users requests.Its great to get these improvements coming through.
Not sure why it takes so long to get replies Gary. Maybe coming into warmer weather people are not sitting at the computer as much as they have done in the past?

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Re: Things are slow on forum.You know what we need

Postby Gary Puckett » Tue, May 18 2010, 10:02PM

Neville,


I know you were kidding about V7, but the forum is not what it use to be. I can remember getting replies from a post all night and into the morning.

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Re: Things are slow on forum.You know what we need

Postby Dennis Englert » Mon, Jun 07 2010, 2:52PM

A small part of the puzzle. We've had a substantial number of subscribers to our online video tutorials plus an increase in sales on "The Nearly Complete Guide to eCabinet Systems". I'm sure it's not the sole answer, but the slow down on the forum may be partially because they can answer some of their own questions.

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