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could insanelymac get a Tapatalk plugin? (still free)

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It's been well over a year since I asked about Tapatalk support at InsanelyMac.

Since then an administrator said it would be here when the IPB software updates to v3.2 (that was in May 2011).


IPB is at v3.3.0 right now, and nothing has changed. Actually it did - an administrator locked the request thread and deleted some of the comments in there.


Why don't you just say: "we don't want it", "we're too lazy to do it", or something more civil than just locking the thread with no explanation?


Regards, Zarac

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Sir, you will have my resignation on your desk by tomorrow morning.


I am really sorry about the rant. In my defense, Tapatalk on my phone found Insanelymac only after I re-installed it and searched again (after reading iPoco's reply.)


Again, I am sorry.

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I use Communities to surf the forum on my HP touchpad, everything works like a charm, the only problem is that i can't post or reply to any topic. Is there any known incompatibility between the forum platform and Communities?




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