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    Re: Thread prefix

    For the server-side forum...can the "ASP" prefix be renamed "ASP classic"? Many are confusing this with ASP.NET which has a completely separate forum.
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    Re: Thread prefix

    Quote Originally Posted by Brad Jones View Post
    I'm not sure about making them required.....
    So...any thought on requiring the prefixes for server-side and client-side. Very few people are using them...but they are important! Then I have to go back in and edit the thread title.
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    Re: Thread prefix

    Quote Originally Posted by PeejAvery View Post
    For the server-side forum...can the "ASP" prefix be renamed "ASP classic"? Many are confusing this with ASP.NET which has a completely separate forum.
    classic added

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    Re: Thread prefix

    Quote Originally Posted by PeejAvery View Post
    So...any thought on requiring the prefixes for server-side and client-side. Very few people are using them...but they are important! Then I have to go back in and edit the thread title.
    Made it required. Let's see how many people complain....

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