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Per this message, I opened the Roman Senate Chambers to public access. Going forward, if you have previously posted there and do not want certain posts of yours to be accessible to others, just let me know and I can make it private. I do not think there is anything overly private discussed there, and most (if not all) attachments did not carry over when the site was migrated, so hopefully this will not be a problem. If you do have a problem with it, you need to let me know.
I hope WCF gets back to its former glory.
In other news, am I able to start a topic in this new format and if so, how? I actually have a couple of historical things I would like to post but am too stupid to figure out how.
Yes – do this:
If you can’t see any of this let me know. I think I’ve tested it out with a non-admin dummy account so it should work.
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