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why can't I start new topic now?

 
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Somehow I am lacking the button "new topic" in all forums but this one. When I decided to complain - here it is, so I created new topic with my complain
Please help me to create new topics in other forums too!
Thanks!
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You probably have to log in again. It 'times out' after awhile, and you have to log in after a certain amount of time. So try that.
 
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We have more than a hundred forums and about a dozen categories.

I think what is happening is that you select a category and see a lot of threads listed and think "I'm gonna start a new topic!" but, since you are not in a forum, there is no "new topic" button.

I have asked for a new feature where the "new topic" button appears on the category view and you have to pick a forum before you can submit.

 
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