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Controller discussion; N64 controller discussion - collecting/issues/help
Topic Started: Jul 23 2006, 12:29 AM (40,284 Views)
Franklint
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Yoshi64
Aug 6 2009, 02:03 AM
I am asking a freaking question, not trying to make a huge thread. Not like there is much else going on here. I just wanted an answer that you didn't give me, thanks alxbly.
Why do people always get so defensive when people point out small errors in the way they conduct themselves?

I know you are just asking a question, but the important thing is that you shouldn't start a new thread every time you need the answer to a yes/no question. Otherwise it's like:

<start of thread>
Question
Answer
<end of thread>

<start of thread>
Question
Answer
<end of thread>

You see? Think of another way to ask your simple, one-response questions if you're making more than one thread a week about them. PM several high-profile members. They should be able to point you in the right direction and keep the forum organised. Think of more open-ended threads that are original and will encourage discussion. Unfortunately, you're not the only person on the forum, so we all need to stay mindful of keeping things looking nice and easy to navigate.

Glad to hear you got the answer to your question, and please take this advice in the spirit it is given. Don't get angry with me! :)

Peace,
Franklint
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