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Offline round157

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Re: Monkey X2 Dead?
« Reply #30 on: March 22, 2020, 10:50:41 »
My apps mention MX2. this is my personal fork of Monkey2. where I rewrote a lot of the code to allow me to do all sorts of nice stuff that should have been there is the beginning.

If your MX2 is free to download and use, MX2 will be very helpful to these people(https://monkeycoders.boards.net). They may become the followers of MX2. MX2 may have a large community in the future.

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Re: Monkey X2 Dead?
« Reply #31 on: March 22, 2020, 10:57:30 »
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Sorry, I did not explain well. Some new sub-forums will be required in the Monkey sub-forum.

I know what you were talking about, but my hint was that Monkey 2 already has enough support for a dead language, because users can post in the Monkey Forum here.  If there were more Monkey 2 questions then I'm sure Qube would add a subforum.  There hasn't been, so there is clearly no demand.
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Re: Monkey X2 Dead?
« Reply #32 on: March 22, 2020, 22:50:00 »
If there were more Monkey 2 questions then I'm sure Qube would add a subforum.
That's pretty much it :) - If the amount of Monkey 2 based threads would benefit with their own sub-forum then I would add one but as things stand they easily fall into the Monkey forum as Monkey 1 appears more popular and also updated / supported by an excellent team who took it on and created Cerberus X
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