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    Need some help, Forums broke?

    I made a post about my media player and need help on it but its not showing up... Are the forums broke?

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    Re: Need some help, Forums broke?

    No, the forums are fine! We just have the new poster posts put in queue for approval before they show up on the forum to prevent spam. I think it will be fine after you make 10 post in the programming/technical sections of the forum.
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    Re: Need some help, Forums broke?

    Moved to Forum Feedback where all questions specifically dealing with the site itself are located.

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