Author Topic: Child Boards for MKIII, MKIKV & MKV sections  (Read 2549 times)

Offline Teutonic_Tamer

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Re: Child Boards for MKIII, MKIKV & MKV sections
« Reply #10 on: 04 September 2007, 13:42 »
Missed mk5 out 

you might confuse them by introducing another board though; some haven't found their way out of the MKV section  :tongue: :laugh: :laugh:

Who might that be, then??

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Re: Child Boards for MKIII, MKIKV & MKV sections
« Reply #11 on: 04 September 2007, 13:44 »
you might confuse them by introducing another board though; some haven't found their way out of the MKV section  :tongue: :laugh: :laugh:

lol I know. :laugh: Some of the users in there have hundreds of posts and I've never even seen thier user names on the site before ! :huh:
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Re: Child Boards for MKIII, MKIKV & MKV sections
« Reply #12 on: 04 September 2007, 14:06 »
Referring specifically to the Mk5 board - will any of the exisiting threads, which are clearly maintenance issues, also be moved accross?
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Re: Child Boards for MKIII, MKIKV & MKV sections
« Reply #13 on: 04 September 2007, 14:15 »
Usually the sticky topics automatically move across to the child board. You can then post any maintenance topics in that child board, but any other threads in the main section would have to be moved by a mod to the child board, so if you had any specifically in mind then you'd need to inform a mod if you felt it should be moved in there and I guess they can then decide.
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Re: Child Boards for MKIII, MKIKV & MKV sections
« Reply #14 on: 04 September 2007, 14:25 »
Automatically? What, as in me moving them :tongue:
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Re: Child Boards for MKIII, MKIKV & MKV sections
« Reply #15 on: 04 September 2007, 15:55 »
Automatically? What, as in me moving them :tongue:

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Re: Child Boards for MKIII, MKIKV & MKV sections
« Reply #16 on: 06 September 2007, 20:08 »
Good to see you finally sorted the Mk 3 Section!
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Re: Child Boards for MKIII, MKIKV & MKV sections
« Reply #17 on: 13 December 2007, 06:00 »
I find the child board is a bit of a strange system...

why not have an actual maintance section and have all the child boards for each model in there...

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