Joined: 07 Oct 2003 Posts: 2045 Location: The Netherlands
Forum Guidelines - Please read before posting! A short summary of guidelines for these forums:
Have fun! Please refer to the general unFiction posting guidelines here.
Please try and keep the forum as tidy as possible, which is mostly done by using the function to see if what you want to post is not already being discussed! You'll find the Search function at the top right-hand side at all times.
Tagging your posts also helps keep the forum clean and easily usable. Use for example tags like [META] or [PUZZLE]. If a puzzle is solved, the original poster is kindly asked to edit his or her post to add the tag [SOLVED] to the topic, to indicate that puzzle is now solved.
Please PM me or any of the other admins or forum-moderators if you have any questions regarding these guidelines or the forum in general
"They never tell you truth is subjective, they only tell you not to lie." -- Gary Jules
Mon Jan 21, 2008 3:32 pm
Joined: 22 Jun 2007 Posts: 1427 Location: Burlington, Vermont
If you don't mind Gisk, I'd like to go more indepth with the tags since a lot of us (besides me of course) are new here.
[Humor]- Lounge like posts
[Puzzle/Solved]- Nuff said
I believe we know the [Ref.] tag
[Social]- For events or street team related topics
[Update]- Self-explanatory, no?
I'll add more later, prolly
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Mon Jan 21, 2008 4:18 pm
Joined: 23 Oct 2007 Posts: 441 Location: Cumblowus
Re: Forum Guidelines - Please read before posting!
Please try and keep the forum as tidy as possible, which is mostly done by using the function to see if what you want to post is not already being discussed! You'll find the Search function at the top right-hand side at all times. Search
I can not stress this enough. Please use the search function to help double posts. Also, read every new post located in an in-game topic since the last time you signed in. This will help condense the clutter by allowing you to not ask unnecessary questions and posting things already discussed or found.
An easy way to manage this is to look at the clock on your computer when you sign out. If you sign out at 6:33, just remind yourself to read every post made after 6:30 when you sign back in. This forum also has a neat little function to the left of each topic that lets you know if there's a new post. =)
Hell hath no music like a woman playing second fiddle.
Thu Feb 07, 2008 9:45 am
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