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    What would you like to see My Cricket Forum do in the future?

    What would you like to see My Cricket Forum do in the future?

    We're already planning some things, but we would like feedback from you. Let us know what you think we should do.

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    I like the tutorials, but they kinda go a few different ways sometimes. (I know which is unavoidable) I was wondering if there is anything available in vBulletin for logic based radio buttons for something like this.

    1. Rooted Yes/no
    if yes show plans

    2. 45 dollar plan yes/no

    3. do you have your Min from cricket yes/no

    then the instructions would change based on those answers. like the APN instructions would only be for the 45 or 55 dollar plans or something. Just wondering as I see a lot of questions based on selecting the wrong apn, or going throught the tutorial and missing a step or something.

    Just thinking it might make it a little more newb friendly?

    Sorry, I work with Surveys and Infopath in my job, designing all that stuff, work with a lot of logic based things. I would be willing to help with whatever if it's avalible?

    Just an idea



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