I think we need to break down the Archives now that you can't search.

Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by Grouch, Mar 15, 2005.

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  1. Grouch

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    There is going to be an even larger amount of reposts and repetitive questions. I think the archive and many of the actually informative posts in it. Need to be broken down into smaller threads dealing with simpler subjects. Basically a single thread for evey stupid question we regularly get. With a sticky in the main F&N telling everyone to look in the archives first.
     
  2. edmang

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    You can search in F&N.
     
  3. Bobert

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    what... i don't think we could yesterday. :noes:
     
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    orginally I think Fazle said you coudl still search F&N and a couple of others, but now it looks like you can't search

    I'm not IT man here, but I would think more money will be spent on bandwidth becausse of people posting repeated questions in most forums now.
     
  5. edmang

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    Odd... I can still search in F&N.
     
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    you can still search this forum
     
  7. Grouch

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    Well it looks like we can search F&N along with Freakyshiat :naughty: and teh vag. I still think I would be a good idea to break down the archives though.
     
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    yea i just tried it and it worked in f&n
     
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