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-- SWGAide has its own sub-forum now (ABOVE) --

Posted: Thu Dec 17, 2009 11:38 am
by Sobuno
Due to the high volume of threads about SWGAide, a subforum has been created in the Third Party Utilities forum for SWGAide and all topics about SWGAide have been moved to this new forum: SWGAide subforum

Re: SWGAide has its own forum now

Posted: Thu Dec 17, 2009 12:14 pm
by Nidin
Sobuno wrote:Due to the high volume of threads about SWGAide, a subforum has been created in the Third Party Utilities forum for SWGAide and all topics about SWGAide have been moved to this new forum: SWGAide subforum
Nice, to be honest I was a little uncomfortable posting a bug report here. :oops: I actually looked all over the host site for bug submission first.

Re: SWGAide has its own forum now

Posted: Thu Dec 17, 2009 12:40 pm
by Zimoon
Heh, what a service :D
I hope SWGAide users do submit back to SWGCraft to justify your "gift", do we?

/Zimoon

Re: SWGAide has its own forum now

Posted: Thu Dec 17, 2009 4:19 pm
by Belisama
Thank you :)

Re: SWGAide has its own forum now

Posted: Sun Dec 20, 2009 2:25 pm
by Sobuno
Zimoon wrote:Heh, what a service :D
I hope SWGAide users do submit back to SWGCraft to justify your "gift", do we?

/Zimoon
Well, more than half of the resource-related actions (Only actions that modify resources are logged) have been done through SOAP. Whether this is due to inefficient coding or many users is anyone's guess :P

Re: SWGAide has its own forum now

Posted: Mon Dec 21, 2009 4:55 pm
by Zimoon
Sobuno wrote:
Zimoon wrote:Heh, what a service :D
I hope SWGAide users do submit back to SWGCraft to justify your "gift", do we?

/Zimoon
Well, more than half of the resource-related actions (Only actions that modify resources are logged) have been done through SOAP.

I assume this is great, and I will do my best to make SWGAide even smoother for updating this site!!!
Any suggestions are welcomed, but I guess I'd better open another thread for that.


Whether this is due to inefficient coding or many users is anyone's guess :P

If you see any particular area where you think "inefficient coding" wastes some cycles I am all ears, I don't want to waste nothing, if possible. Call me "IT environmental fanatic" or not :P
/Zimoon goes red :mrgreen: