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This is a spacer post for an ocPortal comment topic. The content this topic relates to: Beta-countdown: May 12th

Amy

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But I dislike command line with a passion. I mean to me its primitive and a step back words but thats just me. I hope you still have the old GUI.  :o  O_o  :'(

amy

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I do like the chat idea though. I am sorry for not liking it.
I am a heavy linux user and I still do not like command line.

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You certainly don't have to use it :). When we designed it we were very clear that we wouldn't add anything into the command line (except the chatting between sites) that wouldn't be accessible from some kind of screen.

Personally, it drives me mad following loads of links to get things done… in the past I typically just edited the database when I need to change something, I'm that lazy ;).

Amy

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I have to do that with the FAQ system that I got for IPB, They forgot to include an edit button.

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The fake FS has me a little worried.

It'll undoubtedly confuse a lot of admins, as they'll be looking for files such as /etc/site_name on the server itself.

Giving "directories" the same name as common UNIX directories is a good idea for experienced administrators who are used to using UNIX command line interfaces, but for Windows-grounded users, it's only another layer of confusion.

There are too many online users to list.
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