Im just starting to notice a gay thing about Fh forums. If you post something already posted you get flamed saying "use the search button", if you use the search button & post in that topic "your told let it die". So why bother using the search button if your going to be flamed either way ??? Just wanted to point this out to peole when you flame somebody next.
Did you have to make a topic about this?
You don't get told to dig up old thread if you leave a usefull comment or something new. If you just spam in an old thread or add something that someone else already brouth up, you're only being annoying.
Besides, many people have noticed this before, so use the search button next time :p.
also, if you mention in a new post that you didnt want to dig up an old thread and that you did in fact use the search button, then people probaly wont mind.
7th December 2003
What is more we need at least SOME kind of reason to flame people now and then, don't we? :)
Use search. If people complain about you being an idiot for doing so, then they are the true idiots. At least you had the foresight to reduce clutter.
That's the official GF opinion.
I brought this up, and 2 other dilemmas quite a while ago: http://www.gamingforums.com/showthread.php?t=121320
usually when people say "use search" its because someone had the bright idea that maybe, just maybe, fh needs a panzer 3 or a paratroopers in normandy map. If you search and you see your topic has been brought up ad nauseum, then yea maybe you should read why posters have already liked/disliked this idea.
lmao, oh well.. basically, if theres something you wanna say, say it, in any way, shape or form...
Mmmwah.......old threads can be long caught up by new coding breakthroughs....
Take the DC tanks being able to use AP or HE grenades for example.........the whole discussion about the subject was not relevant because it wasn't possible....up to about a few weeks ago.
I hope FH will feature this tank AP/HE switch ability soon too, FH tanks really need it, tanks should be far more dangerous to infantry then they are now.