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#41 23 Oct, 2009 12:42 am

Re: A few guidelines for bettering our community.

Yeah, you don't need to follow these things, they're just guidelines.

It really doesn't matter if you post a link to a video... I do it all the time.

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#42 23 Oct, 2009 2:38 am

Re: A few guidelines for bettering our community.

Okay ^_^

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#43 03 Nov, 2009 10:12 pm

Re: A few guidelines for bettering our community.

Some people are just downright rude and don't feel regret...
And that is the problem.


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#44 04 Nov, 2009 2:30 am

Re: A few guidelines for bettering our community.

Yes, xxarukaredxx (I never know what to call you--Aru, Kared, Xaru, ...???) that's the problem with the world...

This is really philosophical, but everything you say or do is painting a wall. If a wall is originally white, painting it a light color is the best idea because it's easiest to paint back over with white and leave no signs of the light color being there. If you only add a little bit of a problem to something it's okay, as long as you're willing to put the effort into making the situation back the way it was. Now painting a wall bright orange would be insensible unless you have a reason for it being orange. Another example is the texture of the wall. If you have a smooth wall at first, complicating things and making it stucco is going to be hard to make it more simple again. With paint (words) you can remove it by covering it up, but with texture (complications/words/even physical problems) you must scrape it away.

So whatever you do, make it a paint color, and pretend to paint it white again. Is it hard? Or easy? That's my way of making decisions...

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#45 05 Nov, 2009 12:57 am

Re: A few guidelines for bettering our community.

Ahh, well said. Made me think, really, that IS the problem most face.
BTW I go by Aru here, but I'll respond to almost anything :3


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#46 05 Nov, 2009 2:58 am

Re: A few guidelines for bettering our community.

Oh, cool smile

Yup, just thought about that when I was watching HGTV the other day... the guy was talking about paint. xD

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#47 10 Nov, 2009 12:24 am

Re: A few guidelines for bettering our community.

That's an important addition to ANY forum!!
Lawl xD


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#48 20 Nov, 2009 12:15 am

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whoah. deep. XD


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#49 20 Nov, 2009 12:58 am

Re: A few guidelines for bettering our community.

Yeahaha, I'm not always totally random and silly. :]
Oh wait...you were talking about Shaden-Creamsoda... x]


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#50 20 Nov, 2009 1:20 am

Re: A few guidelines for bettering our community.

haha, I have a lot of time on my hands to think up random metaphors.

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#51 20 Nov, 2009 9:37 pm

Re: A few guidelines for bettering our community.

--Don't post stuff that's hard to read visually (bright colors, especially yellow)

So you're saying I can't talk like this?


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#52 20 Nov, 2009 9:58 pm

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Keep in mind, some people have sight problems.

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#53 23 Nov, 2009 5:04 pm

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#54 01 Dec, 2009 3:16 am

Re: A few guidelines for bettering our community.

SoSweetItsScary wrote:

--Don't post stuff that's hard to read visually (bright colors, especially yellow)

So you're saying I can't talk like this?

yellow is hard to see XD

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#55 10 Jan, 2010 9:00 am

Re: A few guidelines for bettering our community.

x_Ianju wrote:

SoSweetItsScary wrote:

--Don't post stuff that's hard to read visually (bright colors, especially yellow)

So you're saying I can't talk like this?

yellow is hard to see XD

highlight it if you can't see it, it helps (:


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#56 11 Jan, 2010 4:34 am

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Highlighting it does help. also inverting or darkening your screen might help also. But the inverting would make another part yellow... oh wellz.


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#57 29 Jan, 2010 3:19 pm

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Great Guid Line ^^

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#58 21 Mar, 2010 2:39 pm

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I totally agree with these guidelines. I always try to keep my cool because EVERYWHERE I go somebody starts being rude. Another thing I think should be put up is for drawchat.

People shouldn't scribble just because they get mad at a person or feel like it. Also, don't send somebody a private message unless it's something like a password for a room to get away from scribblers. Never make it an offensive message.


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#59 21 Mar, 2010 2:45 pm

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Oh and another thing, people shouldn't make others DrawChat moderators unless they're sure,(no POSITIVE) that they will use the abilities given to do good.

And I agree with the thing about not using Caps Lock. I never know when somebody is just doing it for the fun of it or doing it because they want to yell at you.

Plus, I think people should be careful about faces they make to pass the time. Once I was discussing a story I was thinking about making to somebody and they kept on making this face, <.<      >.>
I wasn't sure if they didn't like my story or they were just doing it to pass the time. :s


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#60 03 Jul, 2010 1:34 am

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--Religious, political, illegal, offensive topics (even if slightly mentioned) can cause huge arguments and offend players

totally with you on that one

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