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What happened to the CRT forum..........

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Tom.W

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OK I get it two technology's merged into one but it seems the digital folks are having far more problems or questions than the CRT folks........

This is the poll:

A simple thumbs up for a separate CRT forum or down for the combined version.

To be fair they both have good and bad points but is the CRT projector forum dead here ???

:suicide::suicide::suicide:
 

kbfern

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It's dead anywhere pal:D
 

Badger0-0

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Near enough a 2IC mate :rolleyes:

it seems the digital folks are having far more problems or questions than the CRT folks.

Which is probably exactly why it's been merged.
No one cares about CRT anymore, rightly or wrongly.

It could be worse, it might have been killed altogether.
 

Tom.W

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Near enough a 2IC mate :rolleyes:



Which is probably exactly why it's been merged.
No one cares about CRT anymore, rightly or wrongly.

It could be worse, it might have been killed altogether.

So what I am seeing on my screen is just a hallucination....... :)
 

Badger0-0

Distinguished Member
So what I am seeing on my screen is just a hallucination....... :)

Not at all.

You're just in a very small minority.

I'm sure if it was justified, the forum would have been retained as it was.

Given that we have new tech coming out all the time, which requires new forums, it makes sense to drop the older ones that aren't being used.
Otherwise, the resources required to keep up will grow bigger and bigger.
Which means more money required or a slowdown in the forums.

Don't get me wrong, I'm an old timer(ish) who isn't so keen on change either.
 

Flimber

Distinguished Member
I would say more lost.........What is a super moderator anyway ?

If you have to ask then you don't need to know :)

I had nothing to do with the merger decision by the way. Just passing on info. All the old posts are there, just in amongst the mire somewhere now.

Mike.
 

Tom.W

Active Member
If you have to ask then you don't need to know :)

I had nothing to do with the merger decision by the way. Just passing on info. All the old posts are there, just in amongst the mire somewhere now.

Mike.


Well I guess I'm a bit thick but as you said lost amongst the ( digital) mire...

A well set up CRT projector still rules in my book and I can fix one myself when needed. How many here can say that about their digital ?

By the way what ever you use enjoy ! It's ALL good

JMO :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
 
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cinema mad

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:thumbsup: from Me Tom.W,
Read about this merger on the main page A few weeks ago
It Makes it hard to fined the CRT related posts :(..

BTW Seen your post over on the other Forum (Curt P)..

Jase..
 

Peter Parker

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Well I guess I'm a bit thick but as you said lost amongst the ( digital) mire...

A well set up CRT projector still rules in my book and I can fix one myself when needed. How many here can say that about their digital ?

You guys don't post here much, but when you do, it's the same old boring rhetoric :rolleyes:

Gary
 

Tom.W

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You guys don't post here much, but when you do, it's the same old boring rhetoric :rolleyes:

Gary

Boring rhetoric really ? Guess it's easy to figure out why the the CRT folks no longer post here. Add another to the list. :confused::confused::confused:

PS: I only posted here to help others so whats your excuse :rolleyes:
 
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