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PS2 PAL[v9], PS3Slim PAL
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whaa oO what do you mean?? be patience, someone will answer your question... of course if anyone doesn't know about anything about it, you won't get answer (logical isn't it) :)
 

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Mykas0 said:
I added important information to my last post, and I need an urgent answer for it?
We have been with NGEmu for years, and have never seen the need to "bump". The members here are knowledgable and friendly. They usually try to answer questions or at least try to refer you to a place with answers...no need to "bump"
 

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World's Top C.T. fan
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Maybe I didn't explained myself correctly... I'll try again:

Some unimportante post here
Then, the topic "went down". So, today I needed something related to a program I am making, and I edited it, making this:

Some unimportante post here
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Important questions here
So, could I bump this? Because people could think it is only the last post, without the new info... and I really need this new info to proceed with the work...
 

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in my experience there is very little reason to "bump" a thread....you could, for example, double post in the Screenshots forum if you're adding new screenshots. no one will see your posts if you edit it to an existing post.
 

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The Hunter
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I only 'bump' when in example I post something in the love thread a day ago, and no one has replied to it yet, I will put the info from today in a new post. I never heard any complaints about 'double posting' this way when it's completely new post which adds to the existing thread.

Because if I'd edited the previous post, no one would notice the new info.

Concluding: It depends on how big the gap in terms of time is between the new info and the original post.
 

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Yes this is correct. If the important info is added some time later (i'm not talking a couple of hours. Maybe a day or so later)
 

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ah yes that's one thing i had failed to mention. make sure it's later! some people will add info to a thread like "oh ok i fixed it" or something in PSX discussion....when i havent even read the thread for the first time (meaning that it was too short of a time where no one would notice the fact that it's edited). i hope that made sense.
 
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