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11-08-2008 @ 9:09AM
Is there a reason posts on wowinsider no longer mention the time at which they went live? Not knowing that is more troubling for me than I thought it would be.
11-08-2008 @ 9:22AM
That would be because of wowinsider's new design. I don't see how it could bother you.
11-08-2008 @ 9:51AM
It bothers me too. I don't know why i always keep track of it, but I always look at it and it feels like something's missing. It's like going to your bank and find this one item you kept there for no apparent reason is missing. You don't need it, but you're used to it being there ;p. Luckily I check wowinsider on my phone most of the time and timestamps are still there in the light version of wowinsider (which I love. I love you guys for having a mobile (ad-less!!) version of the website. I always save up the stuff that I don't want to read right away (like know your lore and ask the lore nerd and stuff) for when I'm in the train or whatever). Yay. But yeah, I miss the time stamps. :-)For the Forsaken!
11-08-2008 @ 10:21AM
It bothers me too.
11-08-2008 @ 12:28PM
Doesn't particularly bother me, but I do miss it.
11-08-2008 @ 1:02PM
The time posted was originally part of the new design, and then they decided that it wouldn't be, and then before the design went live they decided to put it back in. But it apparently didn't make it in before it could go back out -- last I heard they were going to get it back in eventually. It's not a huge deal, but a few people have asked for it -- stay patient and you should see it back soon.
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