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#1 allanf

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Posted 16 January 2009 - 05:10 AM

Couldn't find the 'test' forum. Here's a link to a screenshot of a command prompt window. The text in the screenshot is 'copy-and-pasteable'. Courtesy of Bart!

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Is it possible to insert html into the posts? Anyone?

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#2 Nuno Brito

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Posted 16 January 2009 - 09:31 AM

Hi, thanks for the screenshot.

HTML is not allowed for security reasons.

However, I wouldn't mind seeing the developer's group with permission to use such feature given the fact that these member groups also enjoy moderation skills for over two years and people always knew how to behave.

I could try to add a bbcode in similar fashion to youtube to allow insert other sites. This would be good make topics a bit more complete, for example, add a window with the listing of your app scripts.

What do you think?

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Posted 16 January 2009 - 10:03 AM

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However, I wouldn't mind seeing the developer's group with permission to use such feature given the fact that these member groups also enjoy moderation skills for over two years and people always knew how to behave.
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What do you think?
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That as soon as a new user will QUOTE an entire post by a developer "embedding" something HTML, sky will fall over our head:
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http://www.asterix-i...haracters.shtml

Abraracourcix, called Vitalstatistix in the English books, the chief of the tribe. Majestic, brave and hot-tempered the old warrior is respected by his men and feared by his enemies. Abraracourcix himself has only one fear; he is afraid the sky may fall on his head tomorrow. But as he always says, 'Tomorrow never comes.'


Will tomorrow come? :)
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#4 allanf

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Posted 16 January 2009 - 11:20 AM

I was hoping for words of wisdom from someone before replying to Nuno... because I know nothink! I agree... with jaclaz, not with Abraracourcix ... tomorrow will surely come!

Actually, I was searching for Abraracourcix's philosophy on the topic of 'yesterday', and came across the following, which has nothing to do with 'yesterday', but which I found very amusing. From the English-translator of the Asterix Books.
'Asterix,my love.'



Actually I used to feel rather guilty about my Asterix-induced inability to take this great historical figure seriously - until I came upon that passage in Book VI of De Bello Gallico where, sketching in the local colour, Caesar describes the way the ancient Germanic tribes caught elk. Since elk, says Caesar, have no joints in their legs, they sleep standing up, leaning against trees. You only have to locate their favourite trees, saw them almost all the way through but not quite, arrange them to look natural and wait for the elk to feel drowsy. Down go the trees, down go the now helpless elk, and dinner is served. It makes me feel far less guilty about the real Caesar to find that he was gullible enough to fall for such a tall tale - or as the French phrase goes, "une histoire à dormir debout".


Yeah!... new users quoting entire posts... :) ... thank goodness they can't quote quotes.


That as soon as a new user will QUOTE an entire post by a developer "embedding" something HTML, sky will fall over our head:
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http://www.asterix-i...haracters.shtml


Will tomorrow come? :)
:)

jaclaz


http://pravstalk.com...ill-never-come/
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:)


Regards :)

#5 was_jaclaz

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Posted 16 January 2009 - 11:55 AM

...and they even hadn't inflatable elk rubber dolls....:
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http://www.inflatabl...p;reviews_id=32

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Posted 16 January 2009 - 12:02 PM

:) :) :)




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