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Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, in Forum Updates 03 December 2010 · 472 views

The move-in process continues. I spent most of the evening getting emoticons uploaded and activated. Now when you post, you'll see taksan more emotes to chose from. Still have a few faves that didn't make it but they're coming. Didn't think it'd be that much of a PITA to get emotes done. I love Invision Power Board software but emote management is the one area I've found that could use some sprucing up.

Currently working on getting the Gallery and Downloads sections set up. These can be powerful features to the site. I'm soliciting ideas on how these sections can be most effectively used so if you have any inspiration, please share the love. :rolleyes:




Greetings Esteemed Master. I was a member before when you had the free site, and I sent in money for brews and ordered parts. Unfortunately I can't recall my user name and even the email address that was linked with my previous identity is locked to that userid. And now I would have to pay to fully join. Is there any way to resume where I left off before, since I had shown myself to be a faithful member and customer, even if it was a few years ago? Please help. Member blindig
Please disregard the previous comment. I've finally tracked down my original userid and solved the problem.

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