Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 17 Apr 2020.
Some nice goodies!
Yeah, nice to see the petite side of PC's get some goodies
Ooh goody - goodies
Looks like my pi-hole is blocking the embed referred to, so no entry from me.
Trying to get rid of that shipwreck of a case?
I don't use social media, so I can't take part. Which is a shame, tbh. With a little modding (using a saw, a saw, and a saw) this case might actually turn out okay.
Entered. Could do with a case for the media PC.
Luckily for you, all but one entry option does not require you to sign into any sort of social media (or even visit it if you're fast enough with CTRL+W). The bottommost option lets you enter just by visiting Bit-Tech itself.
Something is blocking something. Can't see the form. What happened to the old style radio button/leave a comment/send an email compos?
You're completely correct. Thank you very much for enlightening me. Given the make-up of the entry form I just never clicked on it.
I'm not sure if that's sarcasm and I've done something wrong! Apologies if I've misinterpreted, however (the liked post would suggest I'm okay)...
You're fine, mate. I just mis-clicked and originally wanted to quote the post above yours. The like is for you asking for the old competitions back.
@edzieba I meant my previous post as a thank you for pointing out to me that I was just too narrow-minded in my refusal to use social media to even give the buttons on the competition forms a try.
NP, you're welcome!
Erm, I mean.. OH NO, Social Media! Stay away, don't even enter! Marginally raise my probability of winning through your continued non-participation!
The competition is not working?
It appears to still be working on my end, do you have an adblocker or anything similar preventing it from loading properly?
The article says to answer some questions below it. But, all I see is this?:
Ah I see, looks like they mixed up the text on the article, there's no question to answer.
Bit-Tech mostly use Gleam.IO to run their competitions now so clicking on those generates entries into the competition.
When you click on any of those for the first time it should ask for a name, email address and date of birth to link the entries to.
And a steam account, which is why I don't bother. Why do they need that?
Now I'm confused... where's the bit about it needing a steam account?
Where are you looking?
I'm confused now too.
Separate names with a comma.