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post #11 of 14
You can't sticky something that keeps being updated by someone else that is not a member of this forum. If it was something where you can/could track it, yes but no one can't.

That list have been revised at least twice in the last 3 weeks.
post #12 of 14
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Originally Posted by Nasgul View Post
You can't sticky something that keeps being updated by someone else that is not a member of this forum. If it was something where you can/could track it, yes but no one can't.

That list have been revised at least twice in the last 3 weeks.
I just figured as it was a useful site that we could keep it where everyone could see it, it would lessen the amount of questions about D9 ram and such.. the only way that I can think of making it easily seen is by sticky'in it.. I was unaware that it must be member maintained.. Couldn't there be an exception to that rule because we would have no way of finding out that information anyway (unless we bought all of those types of RAM)... That's kind of a bummer
post #13 of 14
Surely you could just copy the infomation and put it in your own post?

Then check that link for updates and update your own post as needed?

I don't really understand why you can't get this stickied as it is? Is it because stikies are meant to NOT be changed? (ie updated)
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post #14 of 14
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Originally Posted by noxious89123 View Post
Surely you could just copy the infomation and put it in your own post?

Then check that link for updates and update your own post as needed?

I don't really understand why you can't get this stickied as it is? Is it because stikies are meant to NOT be changed? (ie updated)
That was my thought exactly..
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