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Topic started by Robert Randazzo deleted in P3D forum?

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Recently accompanied a questioning of Robert Randazzo about a problem found in P3D V2.

http://www.prepar3d.com/forum-5/topic/p3d-pauses-for-8-seconds-upon-return-to-window/
Well, today I looked at the results and saw that messages had been deleted, so I started a question asking if everything had been moved somewhere else, but my post was also deleted.
The problem was solved, because everything was erased?

 

João Alfredo

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He probably broke P3D forum rules, simple as that.

 

So far I followed was normal, there was no tone of exaltation or offensive words, maybe ask for help to solve problems is against the rules?

 

João Alfredo

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I wouldn't be surprised that it just got posted in the wrong  official P3d sub forum by accident and then LM moved the thread. Maybe Rob A. can enlighten us.

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So far I followed was normal, there was no tone of exaltation or offensive words, maybe ask for help to solve problems is against the rules?

 

João Alfredo

I didn't think it was anything offensive, Robert is not that kind of a person.

 

My guess, it was moved to the hidden beta/developer sub forum.

That makes a lot of sense

 

Good lord. How many Roberts are on here?

Too many lol.

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It seems as though Rob has/had a problem with P3D whereby when it loses window focus, then freezes for 10 seconds once it regains focus. Its seems as though its a problem with P3D itself and not the PMDG products as it happens with default aircraft too. Rob indicated that this problem may hinder any P3D development for the time being until the issue is resolved.

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Maybe he forgot to sign his post?

Best post i´ve read for a long time :ph34r: :ph34r: :ph34r:

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