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Textbook penis test. Nice work.
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:lol:

Thanks Co B. Interesting to know. So it leaves you when it enters my inbox.
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crunchywasp wrote:Textbook penis test. Nice work.
Where there's a wang, there's a way.
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FrancoB wrote:Testing, testing....

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pubjoe wrote: Thanks Co B. Interesting to know. So it leaves you when it enters my inbox.
That's good to know. I assumed it meant it was read too. At least it lets you know the other person has logged in and is either ignoring it or missed it. I don't like the email method.
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Yeah, many cases where the recipient has genuinely not read it.
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The arcade otaku URL isn't showing much right now
http://arcadeotaku.com
Repro artwork supplier, pm or visit http://www.arcadeartshop.com
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That'll be the switch to https, I'll take a look when I have time.
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Is there something funky going on with the forum? I did get some sql errors a few times. Also i noticed some categories moving about, and now i see a "WONDERBOY ORIGINAL" thread in both arcade games and game hardware q&a at the same time?
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I'd say the Wonderboy thread was just moved to the q&a section as it relates to it and rossyra said he had accidentally moved stuff last week.
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Is it possible to change the attachments to full quality inline?
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Please make PM inboxes bigger. I keep having to delete messages...
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Go in to your PM inbox, folder settings and activate the setting for “If folder full, delete oldest messages”
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Rossyra wrote:Go in to your PM inbox, folder settings and activate the setting for “If folder full, delete oldest messages”
That will just delete the messages automatically.

How about this instead: https://www.phpbb.com/support/docs/en/3 ... _settings/

MAX PRIVATE MESSAGES PER BOX: This is the maximum number of private messages your users can have in each of their folders.
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I think, comparatively speaking, 200 messages is pretty generous. Some forums have a 50 or fewer limit.

Perhaps if you can make a compelling case why it should be increased beyond 'I have to delete stuff' we can openly discuss it.
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Rossyra wrote:I think, comparatively speaking, 200 messages is pretty generous. Some forums have a 50 or fewer limit.

Perhaps if you can make a compelling case why it should be increased beyond 'I have to delete stuff' we can openly discuss it.
It's cool, reading the admin documentation that I linked, I discovered that I can make a new folder called "Old Inbox", move all 200 messages in there, and have room for 200 new messages in my inbox again. :awe:
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Yeah I genuinely don't know how PHPBB came up with their PM quota system.

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I've noticed a lot of posts disappearing (and bans appearing) lately. I'm not exactly using any wording that anyone else isn't using, so if anyone has a problem with me it would be handier to just send me a pm instead of random ninja'ing deletes and bans.
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spmbx wrote:I've noticed a lot of posts disappearing (and bans appearing) lately. I'm not exactly using any wording that anyone else isn't using, so if anyone has a problem with me it would be handier to just send me a pm instead of random ninja'ing deletes and bans.
I believe your use of 6k & 6000 is annoying to some.
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You'd think it wouldn't be too hard to just say that instead of random bans and deleting posts all over and making it into some weird guessing-game.
What's next, grail / 700 bans? The place is plastered with references to that. It's just a different number.
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