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Dark GDK / Can I buy it now?

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Jizzah
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Posted: 12th Dec 2004 13:27
After getting my questions answered, which took a couple of days can I buy the engine now? I have read in some of the forums that its an immediate download, but when I went to the order page it was something where you would have to wait.

Should I just wait until Monday to buy the product then? Was hoping to get some work on it tonight.
Erick G
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Posted: 12th Dec 2004 14:24 Edited at: 12th Dec 2004 14:25
Hi there, yes you can buy it, the way it works is, you purchase it, then the guys at TGC very your details etc... Then they mail you the ok to download it.

We all have to go through this process, but it is well worth the wait. I would wait until monday, as their office hours are week time.
Jizzah
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Posted: 12th Dec 2004 14:59
Thanks Erick. Was all excited to get my hands on it. Is it Monday UK time? They are a day ahead from us here "across the pond". So I maybe able to purchase it tomorrow as it will be Monday.

On a side note: If I purchase it does that mean my post will no longer be moderated Sometimes I just want to post something for a quick answer and not have to wait for someone to approve my question.
MiR
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Posted: 12th Dec 2004 18:32
Quote: "If I purchase it does that mean my post will no longer be moderated"

I think that´s just because you´re a new member to the forum. Nothing to do with purchasing anything.


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David T
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Posted: 13th Dec 2004 15:46
There is a time delaya on post-moderation. You'll just have to wait - nothing automatically switches it off

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IanG
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Posted: 14th Dec 2004 00:59
it will switch off a moth after you registration date and is to stop spamming and also other incidents from occuring

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Jeku
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Posted: 14th Dec 2004 03:46
Quote: "it will switch off a moth after you registration date"


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gdogg2k
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Posted: 14th Dec 2004 03:52
lol, mine stopped after about 2 days

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Jizzah
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Posted: 14th Dec 2004 04:04
Yeah its about two days now and it hasn't stopped, and I'm a DGSDK owner now Oh well, I understand about rules and I always follow them. I do tend to complain about "rules" from time to time, but I don't break them, or go with incessent whinning. I assume its here for a reason and IanG pointed out some good reasons why its in place.
Smithy
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Posted: 14th Dec 2004 18:20
Yeah... for all forum members, sorry for eventually out-dated posts from me, the Smithy, but you know why

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