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Sounds a bit grumpy After all remember that many new deals and help comes from brand new members so excluding them would be short sighted. There will always be a higher ratio of guests to members, that's just the way most forums are...and remember that members who are not logged in at that point will appear as guests also.

To keep on top of deals why not use an RSS feed?

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Sounds a bit grumpy After all remember that many new deals and help … Sounds a bit grumpy After all remember that many new deals and help comes from brand new members so excluding them would be short sighted. There will always be a higher ratio of guests to members, that's just the way most forums are...and remember that members who are not logged in at that point will appear as guests also.To keep on top of deals why not use an RSS feed?



I agree with Admin, I often browse the forum WITHOUT logging in & only log in to post - I'm sure there many other members who do the same.

(I do it for security reasons, i.e. always clear cookies & never have any sites set to automatic log in).

I hate sites where you have to login to read them. You can't tell if they're any use so you just don't bother.

well that's sorted that out then !

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No-one is excluded, site would look the same and you could still browse without loggin on, just you could see the deals earlier if you were.
I get the idea, its not a good idea then.

Normal, non grumpy fixngrout service will be resumed shortly :grin:

The idea of the site is to get the deals out to as many people as possible.
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