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« on: February 21, 2012, 08:14:47 20:14 »

hi

I think this classification is more practical for the members:

front page:
Software-->CAD-->threads
            -->Mathematical-->threads
                 so on

Microcontrollers-->PIC-->Compilers-->threads
                                   Projects-->threads
                                   so on
                      -->AVR-->the same as above

at this time many compilers are moved to Software division of Electronics so the members are looking in both software and pic or avr divisions. I think it is worthing to put a little order here.

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« Reply #1 on: February 21, 2012, 11:43:16 23:43 »

What your saying is part right, but I don't think it will happen.
If posters had stuck to the rules in the past, then Posts would have been in order.
it takes a while trying to move stuff, when they are in the wrong place, it also means that the mod for that topic reads all post, which we don't see and no one reports such posts.
This you can see when such post have been moved, the topic has this added - All Versions here, so as to add they have been moved to right location.
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