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If anyone is interested in evaluating some new freeware forum software that we are currently developing, you may download it from the following site.

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We have a version of it up and running on our site too to post feedback about the software and ask questions.

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I am also currently in the process of setting up this software on my new Macland UK site.

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Any feedback would be great.

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Richard Seale
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well the default template is a complete copy of phpbb's default template, which I'd advise ditching.

Looks nice, I mean, it looks just like every other piece of self hosting message board.

Is there anything about it that really sets it apart?

*also, i just noticed pricing on it*

I'm kinda surprised there's even pricing on it, when it is so similar to phpbb. I mean there's is free, and has been up and running for quite sometime. You might want to do some more developing because, it seems like it could be a waste of time to develop message board software, that does the exact same thing as another, and yet isn't free.

I'm fairly confused
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It is Free. The pricing on the site is for custom web development projects. The forum is freeware and is still in Development.


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well the default template is a complete copy of phpbb's default template, which I'd advise ditching.

Looks nice, I mean, it looks just like every other piece of self hosting message board.

Is there anything about it that really sets it apart?

*also, i just noticed pricing on it*

I'm kinda surprised there's even pricing on it, when it is so similar to phpbb. I mean there's is free, and has been up and running for quite sometime. You might want to do some more developing because, it seems like it could be a waste of time to develop message board software, that does the exact same thing as another, and yet isn't free.

I'm fairly confused
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ah ok
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is all of trhat really free? try these 2 websites. you might like em'. But sometimes they dont work so if it dosent work then type it on Google!
the 1st one is for connection

www.macmaps.com/macppp.html
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and this one is how to use the downloaded stuff

www.maplecity.com/support/connections/MacTCP/
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You might like em. But they ARE free
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