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Our Forums Have Closed

Hi, Everyone,

We have decided to close the Almanac forums.

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Joined: 2009-08-07

Can you guys at least communicate with us on the following item:

Will you be bringing the current threads over to this new forum?

Not only on the gardening forum but the chat forum as well.

A statement from the powers to be to let us know what is happening would be greatly appreciated. A time line of sorts that gave an explanation of the upcoming changes would have sure been nice.

The old forum contained a wealth of info.
As a faithful follower of the "old site" I would greatly appreciate an answer to the above question.

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Joined: 2009-08-07
I agree it WOULD be nice to

I agree it WOULD be nice to have all the old posts on here, as a lot of us would go back to certain ones for the specific information....there were a lot of good ideas, instructions, etc. on many of the posts that would be very beneficial to have back.
Another thing that would really be helpful is if the latest post could go up on top instead of at the bottom...like in the "chat" forum, the 'Summer Labs" is a pain to have to open that up, then go to the last page, then way to the bottom, just to read the latest posts...not sure if that can somehow be remedied? Perhaps also a link could be added at the bottom of the page so you don't have to scroll all the way back to the top to switch to a different thread? Sorry to be a pain...just suggestions :)

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Joined: 2009-08-07
I'm with you!

There are lots of god information on the old forum that would be helpful on here!


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