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    Exclamation Add a description of each forum

    If you added a short description below each forum title of what each forum is for i think it would be a significant improvement.

    like flashkit notice the clear description of what each forum is for below every forum title.

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    I think this is a GREAT idea. I believe it would help prevent alot of the posts that end up in the wrong forums. Nice idea Cheat!

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    good idea, except I have the feeling that people would still not pay attention to the forum they should be, rather than the forum they are, posting in. But maybe this would actually work

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    ok seriously, is it that difficult to add descriptions for the forums. I think it would look way more professional if you did. If you need help coming up with them or are just too plain lazy i'll even come up with them for you if you want. Half of the time when a new person posts they say they arent exactly sure which board to post in. Take a hint people.

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    We'll be adding descriptions shortly. Should be today or within the next couple days.
    Thanks,
    Scott

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    ok cool!

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    the descriptions look great. two points for the admins!
    "Outside of a dog, a book is a man's best friend. Inside a dog, it is too dark to read." - Mark Twain

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