Should I be using the Old Forums?

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Should I be using the Old Forums? // TS6 and Older

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Post by jamesmc // Feb 5, 2006, 10:18am

Total Posts: 2566
99 percent of the subjects posted here appear to be for trueSpace 7.x users.

Should I be in the old forums or is that going away?

I feel like a MSDOS user in an Apple Community Board.

Post by stan // Feb 5, 2006, 10:25am

Total Posts: 1240
the old forums will be closed soon..this is the place to post now..

Post by spacekdet // Feb 5, 2006, 2:07pm

Total Posts: 1360
Not everyone upgraded, and even a few that did are still using older versions.
Feel free to post pics or ask any questions you have.
The old Forum is headed for Archiveville, so will still be available to browse but not to post in.
This Forum is wide open to you so post away!

Post by frank // Feb 5, 2006, 2:32pm

Total Posts: 709
spacekdet: ...and even a few that did are still using older versions.

Yep. I'm one of them. :-)

jamesmc: Don't feel left behind! There are plenty of older-version tS users around!

Post by roman // Feb 5, 2006, 9:33pm

Total Posts: 320
Eventualy we will be turning old Forum into an archive format but we will wait until everyone moves over here.

Post by W!ZARD // Feb 6, 2006, 12:00am

Total Posts: 2603
Hi there - I'm a 6.6 user (well I try to be anyway!) I read and post in many threads as more than a few of them are not version specific - and just coz I don't have tS7 does not mean that I don't have an opinion. In addition to that, one day I hope to have tS7 (and a machine that can run it) so reading many of the posts here will help when that day comes.

These are the trueSpace Community Forums not the trueSpace 7Community Forums and from what I've seen the emphasis is definately on the "Community" so please don't be shy. is a privately held community resource website dedicated to Active Worlds.
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