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There should be a DVD Fab Decrypter forum...

Discussion in 'AfterDawn feedback & suggestions' started by Chemmn, Feb 10, 2007.

  1. Chemmn

    Chemmn Member

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    There should be a DVD Fab Decrypter forum... It will help me a lot.
     
  2. kateman

    kateman Regular member

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    umm why? its only one software and you could just use the search button instead
     
  3. wguru

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    If so, why then is there a DVD Shrink forum?
     
  4. kateman

    kateman Regular member

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    pfft, i dont make the forums, ask a mod

    probs cus its sooooo huge that many people will be flooded with posts so you cant see the non shrink posts

     
  5. Auslander

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    shrink is a program used by literally millions of people. DVD Fab isn't up there yet...when it is, i'm sure it will get it's own.

    *edit*
    besides, there's not really that much to do with DVD Fab...put in disc, hit rip, done.

    Decrypter has many settings and intricacies, albeit more so back when it was being up updated.
     
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  6. puterman

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    isn't that against the rules?
    iam never quite sure cus sometimes the mods let it slip but others they go right off at them.
     
  8. ddp

    ddp Moderator Staff Member

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    moved to correct forum
     
  9. 300bowler

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    Like Auslander said, how hard is it to put a disk in and press the start button. i miss be missing something. LOL
     
  10. janrocks

    janrocks Guest

    A link to the forums run by the author of the program is valid information. It's linking to further information, not pimping a site for financial gain.

    There has to be a little leeway with links. Persistently pushing one site is suspicious. Even as a site admin (Ooo an admin!) at llamma.com I used to link to other guides and resources anywhere that had relevant information, while at the same time not overly promoting my (unpaid) position or trying to steal anybody.

    As said so correctly above.. what is hard about clicking one button? It's not a process like this now is it?
     
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