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I was just thinking it might be a bit more useful to split the installation forum into 2 sections

The first would discuss successful installs where people can explain how they managed to solve problems and the second would be where people could post all of the problems that they are having trying to install Osx and try to get help.

I think this would be a lot more helpful as it would be easier to find other peoples install guides and problem success in the first section and would leave outstanding problems in the second.

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Anomalie-

Thanks for the idea! We actually had the Installation forum set up that way a few months ago, but we changed it to its current setup for two reasons:

1. It made the forum structure easier to understand (less complicated with fewer sub forums)

2. It eliminated the problem of people posting successful stories but still needing help with many things - many success threads turned into problem threads, which was confusing to new readers.

So, what does everyone think? What if we asked users to place [Success] in front of their success posts or something similar? Or do you think we should go back to the old system all together?





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