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    Please could this post be made ‘sticky’ Otto?

    Otto, I would be very grateful if you could respond to my query above, about making this sticky.

    You want us to post our feedback in more appropriate places, so I think it’s sensible to have this thread as a sticky post. What do you think?

    I would also be very grateful if you could let us know why the other long thread was closed: there appears to be no reason attached to the thread explaining why?

    I don’t think this really needs to be sticky. I think information like this should have been and in fact is obvious to most people. And I’d prefer less sticky threads, not more. Seems like nobody reads the damn things anyway.

    I don’t know about the other thread being closed. I reopened it anyway. Although quite frankly, I’d prefer to eliminate the “Requests and Feedback” forum entirely, but that’s really not my call to make. Just my opinion.

    Thanks for re-opening the thread.

    I disagree with your other points. The fact that people are still coming here posting the same constructive criticisms about 2.5 clearly shows there is a need for (a) an easy way for users to to offer feedback and (b) once they are here, direct them to the channels you previously identified (assuming what you said about this forum not being read by developers is true.)

    Whatever way you look at it, I think it’s fair to say that the current feedback channels for average users simply don’t work. This whole situation proves it, and your desire to get rid of this forums is further proof — and an astonishing thing to hear from a moderator!

    Whatever way you look at it, I think it’s fair to say that the current feedback channels for average users simply don’t work.

    I think thats certainly well shown in the feeback forum at present.

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