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Old 03-06-2003, 12:29 PM   #1
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Is it possible to move my VIP points from simplylightwave.com to simplymaya.com??

If yes: could somebody do this for me?
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Normally - no. Points are NOT transferable.

The sites run of 2 seperate databases.

I have moved you points this time, this is only because the FAQ on both sites is not linked yet.

We cannot transfer points again for anyone.

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Cool... thanks loads, Kevin...

sorry to have botherd you with this
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Old 03-06-2003, 01:21 PM   #4
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Np mate - its not a bother - I just said what I did so the "floodgates" dont open if you get me?
 
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yup... I get it
and again... thanks loads for helping me out
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Do the points cost the same for both sites? If so maybe you could somehow link the points system so they are like universal. like the euros. they are good in all simply comunities. especially considering a lot of people i notice have more than one program. getting 20 simply points use 10 on each site.. or 9 and 11 in case your short one. although its prolly a lot more difficult to enact than i think. or else you would have done that already.
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Old 03-06-2003, 05:28 PM   #7
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no we cant link as the movies guys from both sites get a % of costs as well as other reasons.
 
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Well... as a programer, i suggest this.

Make another database ment only for points. Keep track of where the points were bought from. Then connect all you forum databases to this one. If you creat a simple log file of say:

Points Bought 6/3/03
Amount: 10
Cost: $20
Origin: SimplyMaya

Then no matter where they buy them, the tut designers still get there money, and your customers can access there points from any place.

It realy shount be that tough. Mabey when you done with MAX and all of maya's promissde upgrades, youi can work on this.
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ehhh thanks mate.... bit more complicated then that but thx all the same :p
 
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The sites are separate entities we could link them we just don’t think its practical at the moment.

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