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The Wrongest Thing to Do in an Introduction...

Postby ManaSeed » Tue Feb 14, 2017 3:28 am

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is trying so hard
to be special.

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Anyway, I've nothing much to say.
If I'm supposed to be active in near future,
you'll see me around.

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One important question,
where can I ask a lot of questions?
(mostly related to Pivot for the time being)
Which sub-forum or website should I go?
Thanks in advance for particularly handy replies.
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Re: The Wrongest Thing to Do in an Introduction...

Postby ZucchiniJuice » Tue Feb 14, 2017 3:33 am

Yo yo yo yo yo. Welcome to DUHARKDEMON. You can ask questions for help and such here: viewforum.php?f=17 begin your journey of animation quality level ups by making a thread in the beginners hall and climb your way to elite. (Even though 1/1000 people only get to it.)

Honestly, I suck at any percise-detail cnc. I can do big picture ones cnc pretty good tho.
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Re: The Wrongest Thing to Do in an Introduction...

Postby Alexis » Wed Feb 15, 2017 7:32 am

welcome and enjoy your stay pally
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Re: The Wrongest Thing to Do in an Introduction...

Postby ManaSeed » Mon Feb 20, 2017 10:17 pm

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I walk in leisurely to check the replies...

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then I stared really hard at everywhere

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and I was like yooooo................
I don't even know how to reply/quote someone's post.
Neither can I reply someone's personal message.

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I can't find the dam button.
Logically, it was supposed to be super-obvious and duper-easy,
why can't I find it? WHYYY!!!?
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Re: The Wrongest Thing to Do in an Introduction...

Postby Alexis » Tue Feb 21, 2017 5:08 am

ManaSeed wrote:Image
I walk in leisurely to check the replies...

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then I stared really hard at everywhere

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and I was like yooooo................
I don't even know how to reply/quote someone's post.
Neither can I reply someone's personal message.

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I can't find the dam button.
Logically, it was supposed to be super-obvious and duper-easy,
why can't I find it? WHYYY!!!?


Replying to a post is basically like pressing the post reply button, it appears on the left side of the beginning and the end of the thread, theres also a quick reply in the middle at the end of a thread, its basically like replying using the post reply but slightly limited and if you wanted to do it quickly. To quote someones post, write in [quote ="Username"] and then put in [/quote] at the end that persons post.

and for the PM part, click the 0 new messages part near the dd logo, then click on the pm, then theres like a button called send reply.
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Re: The Wrongest Thing to Do in an Introduction...

Postby ManaSeed » Wed Feb 22, 2017 2:28 am

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Alexis wrote:and for the PM part


Not sure if I'm doing it wrong, or I'm not allowed to use the PM function yet. (which prohibits me from replying any PM, I guess?)
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When do you and where do you get a notification?
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I think it should be somewhere around here, but I don't see any notification after you've replied in my topic/thread. :-| Wierd....?
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How do I notify you or summon you or "call you out" in a post? For example, I need to lend your expertise in a thread thus I want you to take a look at the thread.
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