Suggestion Box


#21

pOnju has one already, so it’s not unprecedented. I’ll leave well enough alone because I would have to suffer the stigma of “stealing” the idea. You go right ahead, because my forums aren’t important enough.


#22

yeah, i got the idea from ponju.

and we want to do it in your forums too, pip, you complete idiot jackass you


#23

Well I was not informed of this until Beth told me.


#24

Originally posted by Pipian
because my forums aren’t important enough.

Yes, yes they are.


#25

HEHEHE


#26

Well, people post on his, compared to mine…

Back on topic.

Suggestions!

vB-Tetris, or vb-Arcade!


#27

Originally posted by Calosus
What about a “Visiting artist” image gallery on the PSX-DUDE.net site itself? Where people can showcase their work with a nice description; what software they used, approaches, time to make it all, a bit about the artist him/herself etc. You know, just like 3dRender.com has.

Please don’t ignore this again … :frowning:


#28

Well, he’s been ignoring most of the stupff in here.


#29

It’s called work, this server does cost money to keep it up.


#30

Oh, I am sorry. I didn’t know you had to pay for the ‘suggestions’ …


#31

… what?


#32

I thought you were trying to make that clear to me, in an indirect way. *

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It’s called work, this server does cost money to keep it up.


#33

Nice page Cal.


#34

What?


#35

Originally posted by Calosus
What?
Matthew was referring to your gallery on
>> http://www.pbase.com/calosus


#36

Steven was correct


#37

And Remember NO applause please just send Yen to my paypal account … And Remember if women don’t find you handsome @ least they find you handy.


#38

Oh, in that case thank you Data-Distruption.


#39

vBulletin doesn’t seem to handle image attachments well on Mozilla for Linux (faulty content types? Or maybe only pngs work?). Compare with this link: http://forums.psx-dude.net/attachment.php?s=&postid=71352 with this one: http://www.pipian.com/php/counter.php?id=anime&noupdate=1

The former (in linux) only offers a download box. The latter views the image.


#40

Mozilla has problems with viewing php attachements, it thinks they’re all .php files. That’s probably it.