Adding to what Lennie and Brawler said, here's a link to the Trail subforum if you wanted to see what it's like for yourself.
This question may have no practical use, but it is something I have wondered since I came to the Forums: while the comic was started in June of 2008, when was the forum first started?
I know we've got a few veteran users who're more aware of the specifics here(I did join on day 2 after all), but I'm pretty sure this is right.
This may sound exuberantly dumb, but how do i add a link to a word and a image?
I am so mad right now I'm gonna bob my head up and down.
Another 2 questions alot like my previous:
1. How did the Moderators become Moderators? Was there some sort of sign up in the first week, or were you handpicked, or what? Don't worry, I have no intention of ever becoming one or anything of that sort, and am also pretty sure that's impossible, just curiosity.
2.How/Why was jranm promoted to an administrator? Was there an opening that had to be filled, or was he voted to become one, or what?
Whenever the team needed another mod, the current mods picked a member to give the position to. There aren't any applications or anything.
We pick new mods from the veterans, since the qualities we look for in mods overlap a lot with qualities that we look for in vets.
Before I post in Canvas about video games that I've developed, I need to know one thing: Does it violate Rule 3 against illegal activities to talk about using a freely licensed emulator to run freely licensed homebrew ROMs? For example, is it an infraction to talk about using N[redacted], an emulator distributed under the GPL, to run T[redacted], an NES game distributed under the GPL? Is it an infraction to mention the name of a web site that lists freely distributable games compatible with emulators?
Thanks for the answers, guys. This will (probably) be last question for now, and it is also the first practical question:
What does it mean if someone "ninjas" their post?
What's a banner?
I accidentally submitted a not quite finished thread by mi&&&&ting the 'Post Thread' button instead of the 'Preview Thread' button. When I edit it, it doesn't give me a deletion option. Is there any way I can delete it, or would I have to contact a moderator?
Maybe hiding it would be a better option. The problem itself is that I hadn't added most of the content I wanted to show, since most of it is in other computers or archives or sites and stuff.
The thread is this one: link. If it is not much of a problem, I would like you to hide it, please.
A couple times I have sent VMs to people, but they said that they weren't given a notification.
And yes, I pressed View Conversation.
Do you ban users sharing the same IP address on sight?
Is corn grass? Can you make fancy headdresses with it?
She has a twin sister, that's why she's concerned about the IP address.
Yeah, Eltro, they did get it.
This problem seems to have stopped.
And if you're wondering when, I sent a VM to Ultrakirby and that's when it happened.
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