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  1. #1
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    Default Why is the chat room always empty?

    Why is the chat room always empty? It is accessible from the main menu by clicking "chat room." We should all make a point of going there more often so there can be more chatting and people could go in there for support when they need it.

    Doug
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  2. #2
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    Default Re: Why is the chat room always empty?

    I 100% agree! I always get so bummed that no one is ever there!
    "This too shall pass"

  3. #3
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    Default Re: Why is the chat room always empty?

    I was thinking the same exact thing! I went on there twice and it was completely empty. I sent a message to myself just for fun...

  4. #4
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    Default Re: Why is the chat room always empty?

    I've gone there sometimes and it's empty as well. But you can also see someone's panicking post and ask to meet them there - I've done that several times. Just start a thread called "chat room?" and that should work within a fairly short period of time. I can always delete the thread later so it doesn't clutter up the list.
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