This is a simple problem to resolve.
People who browse this (or any other internet site) obviously know how to use a PC - at least at a basic level (or else they could not access these pages).
Every PC user (even first timers) should know how to use folders - or sub folders - or where to search/save for easy access.
This protocol is not used for spite or harassment - but for the ease and convenience of everyone - and especially non-English native speakers.
It helps Queenzone to run smoothly – or else – we would be nothing but a disorganised chaos.
To help protect this easy access, I simply suggest that newbies browse and learn how to use these simple forums first, before rushing headlong into launching numerous (and oft repeated) requests or topics. I also think it is rude to plunder from the 'announce' section - without taking the time to look around the site first.
This is not meant as some sort of criticism, but, if Queenzone were to descend into a free-for-all without structured forums, I believe it would be to the detriment of both the site itself and all its users.
Therefore, I suggest, it is up to the reader to 'fit into' Queenzone - rather than vice-versa, and I really do not believe that is too high a price to pay in exchange for ALL Queenzone has to offer.
Also, posting the same topic in all forums, IMO - is not the best way forward.
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