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In this forum you can write about anything that does not fit in other forums.
This includes generic Oric talkings and things that are totaly unrelated but want to share with people here :)
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Dbug
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Post by Dbug »

This week I had to move two topics in the correct categories.

If we want this forum to stay a useful source of information over the long run, please post your messages in the relevant categories, "General" should be the last choice you make.

If you are asking questions about a Game, use the Game category. If the problem is specifically about emulation, use the Emulators category (If it's problems playing a game in a specific emulator, I'm fine with either categories).

Thanks.

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Since we had some newcomers recently, please make sure to post in the right forums: Nothing about games in the General section, that goes into games, even if it's a video review of a game, or a question about game manuals, or how to play a game.

The cleaner we keep the forum, with titles that make sense, the more it stays a usable resource over a long period of time.

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Post by coolman66 »

A was going to ask a question about using the Oricutron emulator but I feel told off ?

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Post by Steve M »

There's the Emulators category where you can ask such questions - go ahead.

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Post by OricSociety »

Dbug wrote:
Thu Apr 16, 2020 8:11 pm
Since we had some newcomers recently, please make sure to post in the right forums: Nothing about games in the General section, that goes into games, even if it's a video review of a game, or a question about game manuals, or how to play a game.

The cleaner we keep the forum, with titles that make sense, the more it stays a usable resource over a long period of time.

Thanks :)
Cool, got it.
TJ

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