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    Default This thread *not* found on Sencha's Premium Forums (at least that's what I hope)

    What is it with all the threads begun in non-premium forums, which get co-opted with some verbiage beginning: "This thread is found on Sencha's Premium Forums"

    This is highly inconvenient to non premium members obviously. I've even noticed it with threads started months or years ago that I previously had access to, but no longer.

    I also think its a mistake in terms of landing in the Sencha forum as a result of a Google search only to find in-accessible material. What was the reasoning behind this? (I don't want to just make the cynical assumption that is to push more people into buying licenses)

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    The premium forums are only for premium users (those with a support subscription) and therefore the responses are only viewable to those premium users. Those that do not have a support subscription can see the original post but any responses are masked by that text.
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    Mitchell, I could be wrong, but I swear I am seeing this verbiage for threads that are not in the Premium forums. I'll try to find time to send you specific examples but it may not be until next week. Or has anybody else seen this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jemptymethod View Post
    Mitchell, I could be wrong, but I swear I am seeing this verbiage for threads that are not in the Premium forums. I'll try to find time to send you specific examples but it may not be until next week. Or has anybody else seen this?
    I would consider this a bug in that plugin if it is outside the premium forums. If you do see one, yes, please let me know so I can investigate further.
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    Ok and again I may be mistaken, I think the way it used to be, is non-premium users could at least read the content of the premium forums posts. Am I incorrect about this?

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