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    posted a message on optifine help me pls

    You have typed your email address wrong. You have typed @gmial.com when it should be @gmail.com.

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    posted a message on What's wrong with the Minecraft wiki?

    Although this forum and the wiki are owned and operated by the same company, we're managed by separate teams, therefore, you'll need to reach out to the Gamepedia team for support with the wiki. You can find their support site here: https://gamepedia.zendesk.com/hc/en-us

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    posted a message on Lets code some Python!

    name = input("What is your name?")

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    posted a message on An update to the Minecraft Forum category structure
    Quote from chamoni»

    Yeah, of course, I have (or at least, I think so...).

    As I said, I spoke about a suggestion thread.

    In fact, I think about a general suggestion on the game...If I were to make one, where should I put it ?

    I do NOT know so well MC Editions apart from MC:JE, but I would probably like (maybe not now, I need to think more about it, to explain it carefully and plainly) to suggest (even if it will probably not be implemented) something that I wish to be implemented on all MC versions.


    But, anyways, my question is a more general one and I wanted to know where to post it if I had something to tell regarding all versions.


    Nota Bene : Sorry if my english isn't perfect, it is not my native language...

    So, in the case that what I want to say isn't obvious, let me know it...

    BTW, What a quick answer !


    The Suggestions forum for any Edition is not visited by Mojang, it's a place for you to discuss your ideas with other players, but it's not a place for you to have an impact on the game itself. Therefore, you should post your thread in the category related to the version you play, then you can discuss that with people who are familiar with the game you play. Minecraft can be quite different across the various platforms/editions, so an idea you have based on your experience with Java Edition may not apply to other editions.
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    posted a message on An update to the Minecraft Forum category structure
    Quote from chamoni»

    Good Day,


    If I want to talk about minecraft in general (about all of the game's editions), where should I put it ?

    In the "Minecraft" forum ( here : http://www.minecraftforum.net/forums/minecraft ), since it's basically named "Minecraft" ?

    Or in "Minecraft: Java Edition" ( here : http://www.minecraftforum.net/forums/minecraft-java-edition ), since it is the original game ?

    Or elsewhere ?


    For instance, I would like to create a suggestion thread on minecraft (in general, including all of the game's editions)...

    So what should I do ? Create a separate thread in every edition's subforum ?

    Or do something mentionned above (place the thread in "MC" forum or "MC:JE" forum) ?


    Thanks.


    Do you have an example of what sort of thread might apply to all versions of Minecraft?
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    posted a message on Voting suggestions

    Thank you for your feedback. I agree that allowing one vote per day rather than every 24 hours would be an improvement. I'll make a note of this, but please note that I can't promise that this feature will be implemented soon. Your patience is appreciated.

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    posted a message on Why did my post disappear?

    Thank you for the feedback. This is an edge case, in which our system doesn't work as expected. I'll make a note of this bug. Sorry for the inconvenience! :)

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    posted a message on Suggestion Rules Question

    People are welcome to share their thoughts, even if those thoughts have already been shared, there's no real against it unless they're copying and pasting the same posts made by others. Everybody has a unique perspective on something, sharing their thoughts is a meaningful part of discussion :)

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    posted a message on Forge Mod Download Widget for your Forge Mod with Curse.com
    Quote from csb987»

    Has the removal of mods.curse.com killed these widgets permanently, or will they be fixed? Is there anything that people who've added widgets to their threads need to change to make them work again?


    FYI the widgets are back online now. Let me know if you run into any issues. Thanks for your patience!
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    posted a message on can i link my forum account with my minecraft account?

    Mojang do not run a forum, the closest you'll find is their feedback site, which you can find here: https://feedback.minecraft.net/

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    posted a message on Map/world download widget for your world with curse.com
    Quote from Astavie»

    I believe the widget is broken again.

    Probably because mods.curse.com has moved to curseforge.com


    I'm sorry for the inconvenience -- you're correct that the issue is the move from mods.curse.com to curseforge.com, I am working towards relaunching the widget with support for the new curseforge.com. Hopefully, this will be launched this week.
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    posted a message on Forge Mod Download Widget for your Forge Mod with Curse.com
    Quote from csb987»

    Has the removal of mods.curse.com killed these widgets permanently, or will they be fixed? Is there anything that people who've added widgets to their threads need to change to make them work again?


    I was unfortunately provided with no notice about the upcoming change to mods.curse.com, meaning I have just found out that it has broken the widget. I am now looking at the next steps forward for repairing the widget, however at best it will be a couple of days before the widget is up and running again, possibly longer, and depending on some things that I'm waiting to hear back about, it's possible some widget embeds will be permanently broken. This is an unfortunate situation that I am very sorry for and will keep this thread updated with information.

    I have released an emergency patch to update the widgets to provide a more informative error message, and a link to the new curseforge page for each mod, however, due to broken redirects these links aren't guaranteed to work. This is what viewers will now see:

    Widget currently unavailable
    Error Due to breaking changes at the curse.com website, this widget is currently available. Please visit the project page directly at: https://mods.curse.com/customization/minecraft/229041-lucky-block-spiral-1-8-lucky-block-addon Please email [email protected] with any questions..
    The widget requested cannot be rendered.
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    posted a message on Random Curse membership
    Quote from Verinity»


    oh ok. I didn't think I had a project on the curse forge?


    edit: I do not have any projects published on curse mods. I just got the random membership.


    That's very strange. I have no idea then! I guess perhaps the system has become sentient and was being benevolent and randomly selected you to receive free Curse Premium.
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    posted a message on Random Curse membership

    The Curse Premium program does not exist anymore, however, some members who had the entitlement granted before the program was shut down continue to have the entitlement. The program provided free Curse Premium to members who achieved a certain number of downloads on their projects published on Curse Forge.

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    posted a message on Why has this forum been falling into inactivity?
    Quote from TheMasterCaver»

    One thing I find curious is that the online user stats (at the bottom of the main forum page) show over a hundred members online during most of the day yet there is so little activity, and quite a few members seem to be on regularly but don't seem to do much (I've seen members with 0 posts who have been around for years). A hundred concurrent members online over a day potentially represents thousands of members; assuming each one spends 10 minutes online (Alexa shows less than 2 minutes for all visitors) this means that there are around 14,400 members visiting the forums every day - but based on activity only around 1% of them, if even that, actually do anything.



    This is a well-established phenomenon in online communities, so much so there's a rule for it: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1%25_rule_(Internet_culture)

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