IGx's moving to a new place

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IGx's moving to a new place

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After 15 years on this platform IGX, is now moving to a new URL http://irongarmx.net/new . All the accumulated wisdom of IGX will be maintained here in its current form but you'll no longer be able to post or edit any of the older posts.

Please join us @ http://irongarmx.net/new and keep the discussion going and freedom of speech alive.
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Looks good! Thank you!
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Interesting.

Is there going to be a way to include the subforums? Training, Logs, etc.

As you archive, are our logs and what not going to be preserved? Migrated?

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Everything will be archived and you can access it as before you just won't be able to post new things under the old ones you'll have to do so in the new forum.
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Dux wrote: Tue May 18, 2021 1:20 am Hey everyone, moving forward with archiving this place and transitioning us to a better and more modern platform I would like for everyone to go over to http://irongarmx.net/test2/ register a new account and start posting whatever your heart desires.

Now, this platform is not just about posting on a forum, but also contains Facebook similar characteristics, timeline, albums, etc.

Please post any of your findings here and don't pay too much attention to some of the graphics which appear gamerirsh, they will be replaced.

Also please try to test it on both a computer and your smartphone if you have it.
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Thanks, Mario. Looks nice.
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When should we make the official move?
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I will be working on a few more things so by the weekend we will be good to move
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Thanks for all the hard work, Dux :heart:
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Dux wrote: Wed May 19, 2021 1:24 am I will be working on a few more things so by the weekend we will be good to move
Sounds good and thanks again.
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