Hi All , I must admit I have not been on the forums in a fair while , but I do stop by and I always enjoy looking at peoples new sites and designs etc , But please tell me when was it announced that Serif was closing down the forums !!!! surely it is madness , the amount of wealth and experience on these forums is immense and I am sure if a user called customer services with any of the queries that are posted on this forum , they would not have a clue how to fix the problem or how to help out a everyday user of Webplus.....this forum and its people are irreplaceable !!!!!!
I can only assume based on the anger that Webplus x7 produced that quite simply Serif do not like the forum posts lingering in Google at all the issues and problems with their unfinished beta test release to the public....
Thank you to all that have helped , your help has been invaluable in helping me and my confidence in been able to use the package .....shame on Serif
So when is the final day !!! is there going to be a leaving party for all users ?!?!
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Community Plus was launched over a year ago. The closure of these forums was almost inevitable ever since — Serif Staff could not spare the time to maintain two forums — and was formally announced about a month ago. The forum will remain open as a searchable archive for as long as it is needed. It will close to new posts at the end of June.
WebPlus Help is easily available from most of the usual helpers in Community Plus. There is also Fully Pixel for more detailed discussion.
i hope all the current memebers sign up and use the new forum
Several of the regular members here have posted to the CP forum quite frequently, but others have posted either very infrequently or not at all. I don't think we can assume that this will change once these forums are closed to new posts.
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