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Postby DaemianLucifer » Feb 22 2006, 18:26

2%??Rather something like 0,05% :devil:

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Postby Orfinn » Feb 22 2006, 19:07

DaemianLucifer wrote:2%??Rather something like 0,05% :devil:


Maybe, maybe not anyway you got hampered if not much, a little is better than nothing :devious:

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Postby Panda Tar » Feb 24 2006, 21:10

Haven't found any answers anywhere. Why does the thread of Yog's game have a differente text color?
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Postby ThunderTitan » Feb 24 2006, 21:13

It doesn't. If you visited it it might show up a bit grayed, but that's it.
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Postby Panda Tar » Feb 24 2006, 21:23

That's not like that. It's almost green. And I'm visiting other threads which are not changin color. Nothing really important, though. Just wondered why. ;)
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Postby ThunderTitan » Feb 24 2006, 21:34

Well i'm using the Haven layout, so it might be different for you.
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Postby Panda Tar » Feb 24 2006, 21:40

Same here. English thread is now coloured like that. :|
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Postby Gaidal Cain » Feb 24 2006, 21:56

Err- maybe it's because you've visited it/not visited it for a while and it thus changes color. That seems to be the most obvious explanation to me, but it could be something else.
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Postby ThunderTitan » Feb 24 2006, 22:09

Yeah, what i considered greyed you might have seen more like green.
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Postby Kristo » Feb 24 2006, 22:17

The difference in color denotes the difference between a visited and not visited link. It's simply a browser thing. So if you've clicked the text of a thread before, the link will be in a different color. For some reason, the page numbers don't seem to have that style applied to them.

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Postby ripnutt » Feb 27 2006, 19:17

what is this game? i found the site on google

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Postby ThunderTitan » Feb 27 2006, 19:23

ripnutt wrote:what is this game? i found the site on google


WORST.QUESTION.EVER. ;)

If you really want to know the best way is to check out the site: http://www.celestialheavens.com/ :D

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Postby theLuckyDragon » Feb 27 2006, 19:24

Hey, TT, someone already told you not to treat new persons like that. At least not without a :) or a ;) .
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Postby Gaidal Cain » Feb 27 2006, 19:37

Thundertitan- tLD is correct. That's no way to treat a newcomer.

That link would actually perhaps not be the best way to get introduced to Heroes of Might and Magic (or the realted games- there's a bunch of them). Suffice to say that Heroes is a series of turnbased strategy games in a fantasy setting where you buy armies of fantsy creatures and Heroes to lead them into combat in order to do deeds of more or less heroic proportions. If you have further questions, feel free to ask, but you might wish to consider doing it in a new thread :-)
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Postby Kalah » Feb 28 2006, 11:23

The forum main page is my homepage. When I start up my browser (Opera), the page is usually displayed with the "new posts" icons activated, but sometimes, it's not. Sometimes, the page displays as if I've just read everything on the forum, despite the fact that I've just logged on. What's going on?
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Postby Robenhagen » Feb 28 2006, 17:54

Admit it, you're secretly reading the posts and then not telling yourself about it.


Honestly, no clue. I sometimes experience that if I close my browser, while there's still unread posts, and then start it up again, all the posts are now shown as if I already read them.

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Postby Corribus » Feb 28 2006, 18:31

Kalah wrote:The forum main page is my homepage. When I start up my browser (Opera), the page is usually displayed with the "new posts" icons activated, but sometimes, it's not. Sometimes, the page displays as if I've just read everything on the forum, despite the fact that I've just logged on. What's going on?

Kalah, I've noticed this, too. It only happens sometimes (this isn't my homepage, either). I think it has something to do with when I close the browser at a certain time.
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Postby Panda Tar » Mar 1 2006, 14:31

HHHHA! I've found myself an answer! The link color changes when I visit a certain link not opening it on a new window, as I usually do. When I open a link on the same page, the link changes color. If I don't, it won't change the color. Tested already. :proud: Now that my problems are all gone, I can keep eating bamboo.

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Hum, which is the difference between SENTBOX and OUTBOX?
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Postby DaemianLucifer » Mar 2 2006, 6:10

I think that messages in sentbox have been read,while those in outbox havent.


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