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Is this community ded?

  • Yes as I think

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  • It's not, I noticed when there's a valid question or a lens worth discussion, many interact. 

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  • This forum is not dead! Many Lens creators are active on this forum every single day!


    Cheers, AJ

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  • I was thinking that there are much more people asking questions than answering them, so i started to check the new entries if i can answer something :)

    So far i see an issue with broad or unspecific questions that would need much more information to even start thinking about a solution. 
    Or it's about problems that nobody really knows answers bc they are too specific / too difficult / Lens studio bug related..

    This community is not as old/experienced as the Unity forum, so we don't have a lot of professionals and pro developers who can carry the forum (yet), but i'd encourage everyone to stay engaged and also check the new entries sometimes and trying to answer stuff! c:

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  • Believe me a lot of Pros are here but as Ines Hilz said, the unspecific questions are what making us confused! 

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