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9 years 9 months ago #2 by admin
Welcome online was created by admin
Welcome to this fresh new website dedicated to Commands and Colors: Napoleonics.
Hope you will enjoy it as much as you enjoy CCAncients.net.
Suggestions and contributions are always welcome.
Alessandro

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9 years 9 months ago #10 by Leviathan
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Hello.

Great job Allesandro! The site is great and I believe that with a little bit of global contribution of all the fans, you will manage to do expand it and make something exceptional.
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9 years 9 months ago #12 by admin
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Thank you Michel,
You got the point!
I'll keep asking user contribution (with ideas and materials) to improve the site bigger and better

Keep using the forum as first tool to propose something, that way other user will read it and contribute with answers adding ideas and so on.

Next step will be sum-up and finalize inside website pages.
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9 years 9 months ago #15 by Andy-P
Replied by Andy-P on topic Re: Welcome online
Saw your launch of this site on Geek and link is now in my "Favourites" in anticipation of it being as essential as CCAncients.net

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