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hobbitboy

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« : 04-26-2008 23:13 »

      According to the
documentation, the list of "Current UBB Codes" is:
  • url
  • email
  • 'bold' (b)
  • 'italic' (i)
  • list
  • img
  • quote
  • code
This can't be the complete list since I have also seen the use of:
  • 'strikethrough' (s)
  • small
  • spoiler
  • 'underline' (u)
Are any others tags enabled on this site?
i_c_weiner

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« #1 : 04-27-2008 08:55 »
« : 04-27-2008 08:55 »

    Yes

      Yes@netscape.net 

    Yes

    Yes

    • Yes
    • With
    • Bullets
    • Or just bullets
    • Yes
    • With
    • Numbers
    • Yes
    • With
    • Letters


     
    Code: [Select]
    010110010110010101110011
    No Yes

    YES!

    The password is...
    Yes.

    No

    [tiny]No[/tiny]
    [big]No[/big]
    [huge]No[/huge]

    [times]No[/times]
    [arial]No[/arial]

    No
    No

    No


    Got the no's from this site.
    km73

    Space Pope
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    « #2 : 04-27-2008 09:43 »
    « : 04-27-2008 09:43 »

    Yeah that's about it.
    Mods can use HTML though, apparently.

    I kind of wish we had the colors, but I'm sure it would be abused.
    Also a couple more smiley options would be pretty sweet.

    (edit: 'cause we could stand to get rid of the puking one).
    winna

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    « #3 : 04-27-2008 10:25 »

    The puking one is useful.

    It would be super nice to have more options, but the simplicity is enjoyable.

    The admin of this board will probably update the entire forum at some point; when this happens, the mods will lose the ability to use html.
    Nixorbo

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    « #4 : 04-27-2008 10:46 »

     
    Quote
    Originally posted by winna:
    when this happens, the mods will lose the ability to use html.

    <h1><marquee><fontt color=orange>NOOOOOOO</h1></marquee></font color>
    winna

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    « #5 : 04-27-2008 10:57 »

    How do you do that?
    i_c_weiner

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    « #6 : 04-27-2008 13:02 »

    Code: [Select]
    <h1><marquee><fontt color=orange>NOOOOOOO</h1></marquee></font color>It was supposed to be orange too, but he added an extra "t" in font.
    winna

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    « #7 : 05-03-2008 18:22 »

    I can't do that power.  :(
    Zmithy

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    « #8 : 05-05-2008 19:19 »

    Quick suggestion - the ability to post .swf's (flash files) in the fanart board would be nice.  :)
    winna

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    « #9 : 05-06-2008 01:41 »

    I'd agree with you wholeheartedly.  Thing is, I doubt that will ever happen... swf files have the added bonus of having the capability to infiltrate vulnerable machines and inject malicious codes.  I doubt mArc will ever let that be a possibility.  It's probably one of the reasons we aren't allowed to use javascript or html on the board.

    Come to think of it, I don't know of any forums off the top of my head that let you post .swf files.
    winna

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    « #10 : 05-10-2008 05:04 »
    « : 05-10-2008 05:04 »

    Haha, I broke it![/i]
    winna

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    « #11 : 05-10-2008 10:21 »

    hmmm?
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