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jediaction 03-04-2011 10:43 PM

It is up

reuben2011 03-04-2011 11:51 PM

[QUOTE=David B;31651]I know, I know. This is my forth consecutive post in this thread. But I wanted to say that I still have a copy of your original avatar saved on my computer.[/QUOTE]

I don't want to be picky with forum etiquette but there is something called the edit button. You just click it and then you can add on to your post without creating a new post. Most people, when editing a post, they will add "EDIT:" at the end of their previous post followed by whatever new content they wish to add. And if you wanted to make another edit, you would just put "EDIT2:" followed by your content, and so on.

EDIT: Oops forgot to put an example! (Hint: It's right here! =])
EDIT2: I wonder if I explained enough...
EDIT3: I hope you understand!
EDIT4: I think you get the point.

arty-fishL 03-05-2011 03:10 AM

Oh, I didn't realise that was from Halo, I had to do an image search to get that. That picture in its proper form is quite expensive and rare ([URL="http://www.kotaku.com.au/2009/11/for-the-discerning-art-collectorhalo-fan/"]info[/URL]). Its a good Avatar though.

jediaction 03-05-2011 10:59 AM

I think it's my best avatar! I have 3,000 posts! Check out my thread

arty-fishL 03-05-2011 11:48 AM

Three Thousand !!!
 
3000, thats almost 5 times the ammount ive got. Wow, amazing. :D:D:D

David B 03-05-2011 12:26 PM

[QUOTE=reuben2011;31682]I don't want to be picky with forum etiquette but there is something called the edit button. You just click it and then you can add on to your post without creating a new post. Most people, when editing a post, they will add "EDIT:" at the end of their previous post followed by whatever new content they wish to add. And if you wanted to make another edit, you would just put "EDIT2:" followed by your content, and so on.

EDIT: Oops forgot to put an example! (Hint: It's right here! =])
EDIT2: I wonder if I explained enough...
EDIT3: I hope you understand!
EDIT4: I think you get the point.[/QUOTE]

Yes. You are correct. I get the point.

jediaction 03-05-2011 12:54 PM

Well, hows my new avatar everybody!

David B 03-05-2011 08:35 PM

[QUOTE=jediaction;31710]Well, hows my new avatar everybody! Makes me look like an Elite User doesnt it[/QUOTE]

Yes it does.

jediaction 03-05-2011 09:04 PM

Well...I want to ask. What should my next game be?

King Gamer(gorit) 03-05-2011 09:20 PM

[QUOTE=reuben2011;31682]I don't want to be picky with forum etiquette but there is something called the edit button. You just click it and then you can add on to your post without creating a new post. Most people, when editing a post, they will add "EDIT:" at the end of their previous post followed by whatever new content they wish to add. And if you wanted to make another edit, you would just put "EDIT2:" followed by your content, and so on.

EDIT: Oops forgot to put an example! (Hint: It's right here! =])
EDIT2: I wonder if I explained enough...
EDIT3: I hope you understand!
EDIT4: I think you get the point.[/QUOTE]

YOU FAIL. HAHAHA. Just kidding but you didn't edit that post it was all done in one post hence making it a bad demonstration.


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