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I guess we could lock this topic?

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Neh, why lock it?

Someone might have another bright idea that makes your idea worthwhile!

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M'kay.

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BrokenCrust wrote
Since people will only download one of the formats, it's hardly a big deal to host a few extra kb is it? Another huge fuss over something that doesn't need it.

5 seconds work to add an extension in the settings and an okay-dokey - maybe another 5 seconds of typing. You could have spread a little happiness for 10 seconds work and a few extra kb of free space, but instead we get a lot of negative nonsense about how we're somehow sucking the life from DF.org by making our downloads more accessible. Irony, it seems, is not dead.
Sorry you feel the need to express such hostility, but I forgive you Smile

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is .7z the new compression Mesias?


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current extensions do the jod.

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Eestlane wrote
Hehe, check the category of this topic, rlgura.
It's always nice to have some feedback anyway, so thanks Smile


Doh! Smile I have changed all my bookmarks to go directly to the "newest post" search as I was missing posts in subforums and scanning thru all the forums takes time - I often miss what forum a post is in! Need to be more conscious of that. I was wondering why you would post such a "noob" question! Laughing

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Hi,
It would be very much beneficial, if the .7z format is supported by the Dragonfly CMS, as inlinux most of the format are .7z. With the increase in number of linux users,the demand of .7z would also increase.

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@henrygrik: read my post on page 1<br />

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