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    • randomperson139

      Signatures   03/04/2016

      Hi everyone. It appears that the update to the new forum has affected the format of the majority of signatures (adding extra spaces, changing sizes etc.). Due to this, could everyone please check their own signature, ensuring that it complies with the site rules. See the http://www.emergency-planet.com/tos.html/ or http://www.emergency-planet.com/topic/16848-acceptable-signature-sizes/ for more information.  We'll give it a few weeks to give enough time to edit signatures, after that the unnecessarily large signatures will simply be removed. Thanks for your cooperation. Regards, EMP Staff.
Gabriel Trindade

Many mods not in the correct sections

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So I see that for EM4 the topic for Mods states its for mods close to release, mods that are released, and updated mods however I see that the greater majority of mods in that section are mods in development when they should be in the category of mods in development and not mods. It probably annoys the devs when someone asks about release dates but when the mod itself is in the soon to be released or released  section and some mods just starting are in there it becomes a little confusing for people.

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Many mods had (or have) a released copy of them which lands them into the released mods when it comes to the newer pages of them. Originally the site did not have so many various categories, just simply one category for all mods to be within. When we transitioned to the new format it simply was not practical to move all the older dormant topics that did exist into their respective locations. Many mods are abandoned for all intents and purposes but it simply takes too much time to filter through them given that we are an entirely volunteer staff on this site.  Generally the newer/active topics should be relatively accurate on their location (with the exception of ones which the author(s) removed the download links for them).  It is generally left to the author(s) of the topics to ensure their titles reflect their current status/state of development and release.

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