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  • [Notice] New Thread Prefixes for Bulletin Board

    To make it easier to classify information in the Bulletin Board forum, we've added a set of Thread Prefixes to use for categorizing your posts.

    The current prefixes are as follows (descriptions as necessary):
    • [Wanted ($)] - to be used only when advertising a paid opportunity
    • [Wanted]
    • [Want to Buy]
    • [For Sale]
    • [Hype!] - to be used when announcing a new site, comic, award etc.
    • [Looking for Work]
    • [Notice] - a catch all, for use when posting events or introductions, etc.


    These are easily edited or added-to; if you have any suggestions for improvement, please feel free to comment!
    Terry
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  • #2
    can you make it so we can edit our own thread titles (for instance, members art blogs)?
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    • #3
      No, that doesn't seem doable at this time. I'm probably going to shift all art blogs to the official Blogs soon, anyway.
      Terry
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      • #4
        will we need to start the art blogs over, and repost our images if we still want them up, or will you just be switching the thread into a blog? either way's cool, just curious.
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        • #5
          With the ends of thread thread titles getting clipped off (at least in the New Posts search results I get), would [Available] at 11 characters function better than [Looking for Work] at 18 characters?

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          • #6
            I thought about going with some commonly used acronyms I've seen online ... WTB for Want to Buy, LFW for Looking for Work, etc.

            Thoughts?
            Terry
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