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Seeing different news updates.

Last updated on 6 years ago
If I am logged in the last news article I see is from December. If I log out then the last news I see is from November. This happens with two different browsers. Does anyone else get this change up?
Hi cavemann,

There is nothing wrong with your browser, eyes or sanity :D

It is called: "The privilage of being an arosworld member". Being a member gives you benefits, like being able to read news-messages that are not published (yet) for non-members ;)

Or to put it into other words: it gives me "the lazy news-updater" time to smoothly update the news for the outside, while trying to catch-up.
Yes, being an AROSWorld member is a privilege and honor. Who doesn't know that? ;)

Btw, in the news articles, you might consider mentioning if the game or app requires acceleration or internet. Some AROS users without native graphics, or the proper network card might like to know before downloading. Not a big deal, but would be nice.

Also, lazy is not a word that applies to someone that provides tons of information about AROS in his free time.

As always, thanks for the info.


....Also, lazy is not a word that applies to someone that provides tons of information about AROS in his free time.

As always, thanks for the info....

I agree with Cavemann 1000%

Thanks for your diligent work in here and thanks to you too Cavemann. Your presence in here is keystone...
Amigamia you're right, like a Keystone... Kop. No worries, I've got a grip on the situation ;)

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