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Announcement   Announcement : Hyperion Product Support Forum Launched
   posted by ssolie on 21-Jun-2011 15:33:32 (3012 reads)
Hyperion Entertainment has launched a new customer support forum.

Product registration is required for full access. Everyone else has read-only access.




To register your product(s) go to http://www.hyperion-entertainment.biz/

Once registered, you are encouraged to post your questions, bug reports, comments, etc. Direct access to the AmigaOS beta testing team and some developers is now available.

Check out the blog as well.
    

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marko 
Re: Hyperion Product Support Forum Launched
Posted on 21-Jun-2011 20:26:43
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freeaks 
Re: Hyperion Product Support Forum Launched
Posted on 21-Jun-2011 23:29:48
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wow ..
it seems the autist who was responsible for
hyperion's communication and public relation got fired ..
someone with a brain took his place apparently..
astounding ..

anyhow, nice move.. same goes for the blog too.
as they say, better late than never ..

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realize 
Re: Hyperion Product Support Forum Launched
Posted on 22-Jun-2011 0:17:22
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Gr8t about time. This is a step in the right direction. Good job

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amigang 
Re: Hyperion Product Support Forum Launched
Posted on 22-Jun-2011 15:51:16
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Great news!


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vox 
Re: Hyperion Product Support Forum Launched
Posted on 24-Jun-2011 8:05:02
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Finally!


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Templario 
Re: Hyperion Product Support Forum Launched
Posted on 26-Jun-2011 13:32:12
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As in other programs, this isn't new.

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