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I don't know if it's just me but there seems to be a lot more MOC posting going on lately - is it worth considering expanding the MOC thread into a MOC Catagory?
I only suggest this as it looks like some people might want to post more about their MOCs and the vast number of pictures in the MOC thread often makes it crash for me on mobile devices or load horribly slow on desktop. However I'd prefer all the MOC posts contained to one section, rather than gumming up the building and techniques or everything else LEGO categories - part of the reason I don't use Eurobricks is the million and one MOC threads in every sub forum making finding info incredibly difficult.
Feel free to tell me to shove off :-)
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Also, shove off, @Shib
Back on track, it is a bit of a conundrum. On the one hand, there are usually loads of photos in that one thread, which can slow things down a lot - especially if people haven't resized them first. On the other hand, create a specialised forum and it could well get flooded with everyone's MOCs - imagine half of Eurobricks squeezed into one section on these forums!
However, other members (particularly newcomers) who want to post about their MOCs might find it unfair if they get criticised for starting new threads or having their threads merged.
i think the biggest negative in adding a MOCs section is for those that use most recent view it might lead to a glut of MOC posts.
@Paperballpark totally agree your MOC deseverd it's own thread, especially as it's an advert too.
If everyone would keep to 2 or maybe in special circumstances 3 pics and then a link I think that would solve a lot, but again you can't repeat this every 2 seconds.
Ormaybe the amount of posts before a new page could go to 25 instead of 50 just for that thread? Again, no clue if that's actually feasible.