Oh people were complaining about that =/ Well just construct a sneaky way round it like, Zelda games from 2000+ or something along those lines.That is actually how it used to be until very recently. A few months ago the sections were compressed into the single section. I think having more to do with each person here having a very different definition on what is a classic and modern game in the series. Honestly I prefer separate sections to a hugely compressed one myself. Perhaps it does "clean" things up in a way on the forum but it makes finding topics a little more of a pain for people browsing.
That's why we have the search option and even advanced search options. If we would have a single forum for each game it would be extremely huge. That is not an option. We had a couple of seperated forums in the past and like Djinn said people got confused.Well then have each game have it's own section. It is so hard to find a single thread relating to the Oracle games.
I have been bugging people to get that raised for a couple years. I would think just ramping it up to 75 would be a welcome improvement. But it seems that it is mostly kept low as a measure to relieve server strain.Can I just suggest that the limit on the inboxes be raised to at least 100. It makes me angry when I'm expecting a PM and I can't receive it because my inbox is full.
This seems like it would be very a worthwhile addition to PD. You might have to contact David about implementing it as he is the one running things on the Pokemon side of things.Posted this on a thread of its own, and I got redirected here.
As ZD has a music section in its Media folder, why not have the same thing for Pokemon? I have legally obtained a copy of every soundtrack, current up to Black and White, with a preorder for B2/W2's OST, which comes out in July.
I am all for re-separating things out of the World of Zelda section, I have never been the biggest fan of consolidating things like that. I think the question might be defining what going in what section. Should it be console/handheld, modern/classic, 2D/3D. And even then whatever section gets the older games will be the slower less used one. Generally the section with much less traffic is quickly merged back in. Would have to come up with a idea that would not only be less confusing but still generate a reasonable level of traffic for both sections.I figured I could post something that is remotely relevant, so I'll try.
Uhm, it seems like ZD has been getting less traffic nowadays. As in, the Zelda side of ZD is getting less posts. I noticed sometime ago that Modern Zelda and Classic Zelda got merged into WoZ, and I suspect that's but one of many reasons why. Of course, it's summertime and people have lives, but I figured that ZD should be getting many more posts within the summer months than during the schooltime.
Perhaps, if it's viable for the mods/Ky and what not, maybe World of Zelda could be split back up into Modern and Classic Zelda boards? I know, it would make too much sense (especially since, for example, one thread talkinng about the Future of Zelda might accidentally be placed in Classic instead of Modern), but maybe it could spark renewed interest in the forums or something. I don't know...
I don't think this has ever been requested before. It would require a separate plugin to be added to the forum software and that would have to go through Mases first before any decisions are made.make snapshots a valid file to upload
I've noticed that some people have posted links in the chatbox that show you what the ZD forums used to look like. If you use one of those pictures you can see what games were in what section. As for the handheld games, they a section all there own if I recall correctly. Hopefully, not only will this idea to seperate the games pass judgement but my comment here helps with the seperation.I am all for re-separating things out of the World of Zelda section, I have never been the biggest fan of consolidating things like that. I think the question might be defining what going in what section. Should it be console/handheld, modern/classic, 2D/3D. And even then whatever section gets the older games will be the slower less used one. Generally the section with much less traffic is quickly merged back in. Would have to come up with a idea that would not only be less confusing but still generate a reasonable level of traffic for both sections.