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Any Old Timers Still Around? #132932
06/01/07 02:16
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I'm an old A4/A5 commercial user that has been away for quite a while and was wondering if any of my old friends were still around. I have seen RealSpawn and Firoball (greetings guys) around on the forum and was just curious to who might else still be here.

Keebo

Re: Any Old Timers Still Around? [Re: Keebo] #132933
06/01/07 06:52
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I've been here since '99, so I'm still here. There are quite a few of us still limping about.


My User Contributions master list - my initial post links are down but scroll down page to find list to active links
Re: Any Old Timers Still Around? [Re: Orange Brat] #132934
06/01/07 11:19
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im from '99 here too, but i use A6 already


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Re: Any Old Timers Still Around? [Re: Michael_Schwarz] #132935
06/01/07 15:55
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Hi there.

I've jumped on the A7 train, but am still doing the last polishings for an A5 project.

Re: Any Old Timers Still Around? [Re: Firoball] #132936
06/02/07 00:45
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Was on the tail end when you were present, started with A5 and I'm still struggling to wrap my head around EVERYTHING!
Welcome back.

Re: Any Old Timers Still Around? [Re: Nems] #132937
06/03/07 15:38
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Good to see that you guys are still limping about. I just installed A6 and look forward to learning the new scripting language and the new features. See ya around.

Re: Any Old Timers Still Around? [Re: Keebo] #132938
06/03/07 16:24
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Yet another time it's proven, they always come back at some point.

Welcome back ,

Cheers


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Re: Any Old Timers Still Around? [Re: PHeMoX] #132939
06/04/07 01:16
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Thanks for the welcome back, PHeMoX. Always good to see yet another oldster hanging around.

Yep, we always come back sooner or later. As you can see, I came back briefly in 2004 for a peek but nothing sparked my interest. A7 most definetly made me take notice. A lot of things have changed since my last A5 update, that is for sure.

Re: Any Old Timers Still Around? [Re: Keebo] #132940
06/08/07 18:26
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i was around from A5 time but dont see need to buy or upgrade to A7 yet. I get a little tired of so called new versions while it would be easier to upgrade because the old people paid a lot of money for there product.


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Re: Any Old Timers Still Around? [Re: Realspawn] #132941
06/09/07 00:50
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Been here since A4 and tried to get away a few times, but everytime Conitec is to release new features I needed. And GameStudio is the only suite that allow me to rapidly prototype my ideas without going grey in the process.


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