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I still don't see why we're calling this HeroFactory.com. Yes, we called the BIONICLE website "BIONICLE.com". That was because LEGO called it BIONICLE.com. With Hero Factory, all packaging, instruction booklets, catalogs, and magazines call it "herofactory.LEGO.com". Shouldn't we follow that example?
Certainly, HeroFactory.com redirects to herofactory.LEGO.com. But I personally feel that the title that's actually used in all publications should be considered the more valid one.--|Talk|Contributions 13:29, 11 April 2011 (PDT)
it also makes more sense that way
Mr Awesome 16:27, 8 June 2011 (PDT)
Is it just me, or is there something wrong with the Hero Factory website? I can't see the whole page, the right side is cut off and there's no horizontal scroll bar. Is anyone else having this problem?
P.S. I have tried changing the resolution, yes. That does not work. Neither does F11. :\
- Me, too.