Can We Not Sticky The Loaders

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  1. diesel.1
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    Newcomer diesel.1 Member

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    Due to the amount of different loaders that are being worked on, different compatability wiki's etc can we not have sticky's for each one that is currently being done.

    For each one, can we have a locked sticky with the present position, latest download release, instructions on how to install and also a link to another thread where people can comment, ask questions etc.

    It would organise things a lot more and have less random new topics, and give everyone a quick way to check the latest status as long as the locked sticky's are kept up to date.

    Anyone able to help with this?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. requiem4d

    Member requiem4d GBAtemp Regular

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    While I agree we need more organization, the latest status of SoftChip can always be found at the google code site.
     
  3. Edgedancer

    Member Edgedancer Director of Moon based operations

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    Bu surely you agree that a messy set of locked stickies is better that:
    OMG!!! [insert game name here] does not work.
    or
    Another question regarding the Backup Loader
    or
    Hey look. Backup loader 0.3 has been released
    or
    How do I play my backups.

    I believe I have made my point.
     
  4. OSW

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    I know what you mean. Thanks for the suggestions.
    I'll be looking to help reorganize this forum better with the other mods.

    For now this topic is just adding to the clutter lol.

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