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  1. Source Personally, I do not agree with the Windows 11 requirements. That being said, Microsoft surely knows that even once Win 11 has gone RTM, some clever clogs will be able to create a version to bypass these new requirements. The only thing MS can do to "punish" those who use a bypassed version would be to restrict windows update functions or to prevent activation among other things. However, again, these can be worked around. I guess you have to weigh up messing around to get Win 11 functional on your PC vs sucking it up and making hardware alterations to be fully compliant.
  2. Hello all, Some of you will have received a notification that your PayPal subscription to our Premium Accounts was cancelled. Just to be clear, this does not render your premium status inactive, it just means the automatic renewal for when the subscription term ends has been stopped. This was required due to an alteration our end, unfortunately once a PayPal agreement is setup, it cannot be modified, only cancelled. So, if you wish to continue premium after your term ends, you will simply need to renew it and re-setup automatic renewal if you wish. Thanks all, E
  3. Testing has begun on the Rig Creator, looking good so far. On the first round I have made a fair few correction, which is kind of a good thing as it helps you re-evaluate certain things after you put theory into practise. All things considered, and if all goes well. I hope to have it launched by the end of next week. Even after release there may be some finer tuning and alterations, but everything is a work in progress lets face it haha. After this...Embed features.
  4. Hey all, So I just wanted to say that this project is now complete, you can fill in your details for your social badges in the Premium Section.
  5. No problems. We try to get things fixed as soon as we can wherever possible
  6. @firedfly this has now been resolved
  7. Yes I can replicate this. I will get it changed so it can be blank
  8. There will be a space to summarize and expand on your gear details for sure. I didn't forget about people's beloved audio haha.
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