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Abbx
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Abbx 19 Pakistan SanguineMelancholic ENFJ 3w4 573C
I don't know whether anyone else has put this in, but I was wondering when the monster-designing competition is going to turn up.

You're making great progress with designing your monsters, as I can see, and appreciate too, but I'd like a chance for the FigHunter community to participate.
Pseudolonewolf
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This isn't the right place to talk about that since it's not a broken site feature.
Anyway, I'll do that after chapter 1 of Miasmon is released.
CtG
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I think it's too easy right now to get lost in all the topics on the Community Hub page. All the new comments are thrown together without regard for which place of the site they're posted in. It gives off to me based on the aforementioned the impression that you want everyone to read every single post, or none at all.

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If it's not too much trouble, perhaps you can at least sort the community hub page comments based on what area the new comment is located?
It would be of much relief to me, if it's not too much bother to you, to have one section each for posts in "Blog", "Forum", "User Pages", "Games", and "Etc." on the Community Hub Page. My suggestion is that the sections be put one on top of the other like how your rules page is currently structured, just in case you have no idea how to implement it. If you can find a way to put them side-by-side, that's great too. The "meat" of this suggestion, after all, is to segregate the comments by location posted.
Raligon
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Raligon 21 United States SanguinePhlegmatic ENTP 792 240C
I've been replaying MARDEK, 100% this time around. I tried to access my save files a few minutes ago, I was told that I didn't have any. It was the same for all 3 of the MARDEK games, no save files at all. I closed the browser (Google Chrome) and reloaded the page. It was completely fixed. I have no idea what the problem was, but I thought I should report it.
Raligon
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Raligon 21 United States SanguinePhlegmatic ENTP 792 240C
Just to make sure this was clear, this error had nothing to do with the error you were discussing on the blog post.
StrawHatZach
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An idea popped into my head just now as I was reading chat messages:

So I read the blog on there possibly being a Role Playing forum topic at some point in the future. I've been on several forums before and I also noticed that they have a junk topic, for joking around and for stupid things. I'm not one who usually partakes in stuff like that, but I think it would be a good outlet for people to get some of their stupidity or foolishness out on a topic specified for such a thing. Just liked you mentions with the future Role Playing forum topic, it shouldn't have any association with the FLIGS rating system, seeing as it would just be a 'troll board' anyways.

I guess the point of it is to filter out some of the more hyper or 'troll-ish' users so they have their own area to goof off and keep less spam type posts on some of the more serious forum topics. Yay or neigh?
Pseudolonewolf
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I don't want to have any place here at all for people who behave like that. There are plenty of other sites all over the internet where such behaviour is welcome or even encouraged, but I want this site to be a rare exception in that it's entirely discouraged.
The presence of such a section would likely attract people who think in a certain way, the sorts I'd rather keep out completely.
StrawHatZach
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Sounds good to me. You're the boss, after all. haha
Mania
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Hmm, it'd be nice if Infractions could be removed by the Mod who gave it (Or any other mod, really), since accidents and misunderstandings do happen. (I know all too well. >.<')
BlitzViridis
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I'm not sure if this is a real bug and I really hope I am not bothering you for no good reason but it seems that when I click on the coloured orb to the right of the FLIGS and look at who rated what, it says " ✓ " in green letters in the place where a positive green check rating used to show up. A red " x " still shows up for negative ratings. I hope that pointing this out helps in some way.

Edit: I don't know much about computers myself but apparently it may be a problem with my computer... This is extremely odd because it showed up as a green check mark before and the red x is still showing up. Sorry for bothering you if this is my computer's fault.
SAPPHIROS
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SAPPHIROS 15 United Kingdom MelancholicSanguine INTP 521 257C
Nothing big:

On the Encyclopaedia medal, there is a missing apostrophe before the I. A screen-shot: ∞ LINK ∞ .
SomeColorMage
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I've noticed that on Comment History pages, comments that have an S rating but have no orb don't show up under any of the filter by orb categories. Can be seen for the time being ∞ here ∞.
Sinapi
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Sinapi 22 Netherlands MelancholicCholeric INFJ 78C
This is intentional. S ratings do not contribute to a post's orb rating or to a user's overall orb colour, so if a post only has S ratings it will still count as an unrated post and display no orb.
SomeColorMage
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You've misunderstood. The problem is, if a post only has S ratings, it doesn't appear under any category, when it should (presumably) be under the no orb category.

@ post by Sinapi below (Doubt that this is worth a new comment): Yep, that's the problem I was talking about.
Sinapi
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Sinapi 22 Netherlands MelancholicCholeric INFJ 78C
Oh, I see what you mean now. They still show up in the post history of the user, but you mean that it doesn't show up at all when posts are searched by criteria.
lazarony
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lazarony 27 United States CholericSanguine ESTJ 8w7 503C
This may be specific to my setup, but I get the following error when attempting to edit my bio:
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lazarony
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lazarony 27 United States CholericSanguine ESTJ 8w7 503C
Actually, saving other pages in settings, too.

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Pseudolonewolf
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Is this still happening? I've made a change, but I'm unsure why this would be happening at all, so I'm not sure if it'll help.
I know what is happening, but not why it ever would. You'd only get this error if for some reason you'd not specified a background colour, but the only way to do that would be to manually clear all the radio buttons... Hmm. So I'll hope it was just some weird problem specific to you.
lazarony
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lazarony 27 United States CholericSanguine ESTJ 8w7 503C
It actually cleared all my settings (personality, aspects, interests, etc), but I set them all again, and now everything seems fine. I can no longer duplicate, but if I do, I'll be more specific about the actions I took. Thanks for the quick response, Pseudo.
Michael
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One CSS glitch I almost forgot to post about: On the home page, there are three pink bubbles highlighting certain posts, including a relative date. At present they are "Blog", "Poll", and "Current project".

The date is specified as a CSS "absolute" position. It's apparent that you meant "relative to the corners of this specific pink bubble", and IE8 renders it that way. But Firefox 8 interprets it as "relative to the corners of the browser window, when scrolled to the top". As a result, all three relative dates are painted over each other in the advertising column of the page.