TL;DR: I like construct and would like help people to feel the same as I do about the engine. Would you care sharing your opinions on what to do about the 800+ pages of unanswered topics?
I have used the forums and it really helps when someone takes the time give you a little light.
Sometimes I, and I believe most of us too, have nowhere else to go, and if there was nothing in the forums that would be it.
I understand people are capable of solving problems if they take the time, rewrite and read documentation, as well as other relevant coding and logic tutorials from other engines and/or prog langs, but my point is that Construct is somewhere I feel safer, somewhere that won't send me on a deep voyage through maths and complex algorithms (which I do enjoy sometimes but obviously not always).
Recently though I've been trying to help with what I can in the unanswered topics, and just today I realized that there are 800+ pages. Some topics even go back 12 years.
I understand that most of the topics are dead and many may have contrived problems with mostly unanswerable questions, but like I said, Construct for me it the "mama bird" of engines, somewhere to work and also have fun, and I would like for other people to be able to feel like that too.
So, what do you think is something we can do? Or should do? Is there anything at all?
I just feel like staring into the abyss every time I look at that number.
Hoping this is not the worst post ever.