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Just WHERE is the MacFixit archives?

by Cowicide / October 8, 2009 4:04 AM PDT

I tried here: archive.macfixitforums.com and it just goes slow as hell and the links redirect to here.

Did cnet trash the forum archives??? And, if now... WhereTF can you search through them now?

Seriously, did cnet trash them?! If you did, you can count me as another EX-MacFixit user. The fact it's such a cumbersome process to even find them at all is lame anyway... There should be some mention of it on the Forums button bar on the left or at least in the f----in FAQ.

Sheesh... this is stupid.

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I have no problem accessing them using FF3
by Lee Koo (ADMIN) CNET staff/forum admin / October 8, 2009 4:40 AM PDT
http://archive.macfixitforums.com/

And it loaded up pretty quick for me.

To see the discussion threads for instance here in this forum:
http://archive.macfixitforums.com/ubbthreads.php/forums/62/1/iTunes_Apple_s_Digital_Devices

Go to the Display Options section and set the Show Topics
drop down to "from all dates" and click the "Change" button. This will display all discussion threads in that particular forum.

For search in the MFIF archives, look for the word "Search" on the bar to the left of the FAQ link.

Hope this helps.

I will put up a link up for the MFIF archives and MFI blog in the next couple of days.

Cheers!
-Lee
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Interesting
by macnerd10 / October 8, 2009 8:35 AM PDT

Do you use an ad blocker? If yes, that could be it because another way to access the archives fast was to enable ad blocking (and flush the cache in Terminal).

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(NT) Loads slowly for me too,
by mrmacfixit Forum moderator / October 11, 2009 12:51 AM PDT
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I wonder what it is, cause I don't have any problems....
by Lee Koo (ADMIN) CNET staff/forum admin / October 12, 2009 2:18 AM PDT

loading the forum threads or directory pages...
Is this a Safari issue? As I have no load issues with Firefox or IE.

Peter and all, can you tell me what pages give you long load times?

Thanks!

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Macfixit forums
by mrmacfixit Forum moderator / October 14, 2009 10:49 AM PDT
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Terminal tweak
by macnerd10 / October 14, 2009 12:42 PM PDT
In reply to: Macfixit forums
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Hey Cowicide
by Lee--2008 / February 9, 2010 10:17 AM PST

How's it going?

They added 2008 to my name.

What has it been 8 or 10 years?


Mooooo!


Lee

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