#1 Posted by Sinfulpotato (3 posts) -

Anyone enlighten me on this?  Maybe I'm missing something...  or I'm just to used to the normal format that's used now days (EX: PHPbb ).

#2 Posted by BoG (5188 posts) -

Yes, the fact that this isn't PHPbb or any of those common programs may make it seem new. It is only the first day, so get used to using the menus on the side, and the forums on specific pages. The gears are being oiled as we use the site, so expect things to run smoother as time goes on.

#3 Posted by Nightkiller93 (174 posts) -

Play around with it for an hour or 2 you'll get the hang of it.

#4 Posted by Win (541 posts) -

It's a bit harder to keep track of specific topics but I don't really mind. As long as there is no System Wars.

#5 Posted by banksrob (1126 posts) -

yea i am used to it now i have been on for what 7 hours >_>

#6 Posted by phatkav (304 posts) -

It's just hard to keep track of topics, that's all. Maybe we need more sections instead of General Discussions and Off-Topic?

#7 Posted by Oriental_Jams (3063 posts) -

It's a little different, with all the double topics I'd like to know which ones I posted in without having to go into them.

#8 Posted by Shade (120 posts) -

It's kinda jam packed. The system that's being used seems to have its high points and its low points. It's definitely unique.

#9 Posted by MisterSpiffy (880 posts) -
Shade said:
"It's kinda jam packed. The system that's being used seems to have its high points and its low points. It's definitely unique.
"
Definitely.  There's some really good features, but then there's some that could use a little work.