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Blog Changes In a radical new marketing move (not really) the APB development blog will now be posted each week on a Sundays, yes we have moved from Wednesday to Sunday. This will help us bring you blogs on time as the middle of the week tends to be hectic for most of the staff. The bonus of a Sunday

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Blog Changes
In a radical new marketing move (not really) the APB development blog will now be posted each week on a Sundays, yes we have moved from Wednesday to Sunday. This will help us bring you blogs on time as the middle of the week tends to be hectic for most of the staff. The bonus of a Sunday blog is that you'll get a short break between AR and APB blogs, so you don't have to wait so long till next weeks batch of blogs. On that note, this weeks blog will now be posted Sunday, a short delay but you'll be getting some juicy information about the APC, and revisions of the balancing in the current internal build.

APB Community Contest Closes Tonight!
The APB community contest will be closing at around midnight tonight GMT -8 (United States West Coast) which happens to be 8am GMT. Late entries will not be accepted so get them in quick. APB staff will be judging the entries and will post the winner(s) in an upcoming APB Dev blog (Unless otherwise specified).
If you have not entered get cracking you've only got a few hours to enter. There will be prizes* which will be announced along with the winners.
Thanks for all those who have so far participated, good luck to you all.
*Conditions may apply

Important Announcement
We are considering dropping support for older operating systems for APB, the outcome of this decision will be heavily influenced by this poll we have created, please take your time (about 20 seconds is all it takes) to vote in the poll and tell us what operating system you use on your gaming computer.

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ORCACommander
ORCACommander - - 29 comments

DO NOT DROP SUPPORT. if you do this your are no better than Microsoft.

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Category_5_Hurricane
Category_5_Hurricane - - 155 comments

As I already explained to you on the forums, such a decision isn't done just because we feel like dropping support.

The only reason for dropping support is a feature (a rather critical one that I can't tell you about yet) that we want to implement, but this feature can't work on ME, 9x, NT.

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