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Rules of this Forum: Read this BEFORE Posting your Question

Discussion in 'Ask a Coder' started by Neuroflare, Jul 23, 2003.

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  1. Neuroflare

    Neuroflare Brewer - Patriot

    Jun 21, 2001
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    We here at the WoD Mod Pod are coders, generally. So we host a forum for specifically asking questions about coding. Anyone can feel free to help at their will. This is a place of help. On that note, to get the best help you can recieve, please adhere to the following guidelines:

    1) Thread names should state the nature of your question. Please don't use "Help ME!!", "n00b with a question", or "dumb question". If you're having problems with something, it's obviously not a dumb question. Examples of acceptable names:"Rockets shooting out of the Flak cannon", or "projectile camera". We ask this because we don't feel really compelled to look at a thread that doesn't have a very good title.

    2) You have to be more willing to help yourself than we are. Don't come to us asking us to hold your hand the whole way. We more or less try to push you a few steps forward through your blockage. After all, it's your mod, not ours.

    3) Give us AS MUCH information about your problem/query as possible. If you think you've given us enough information, you haven't. Give us the information you'd give someone who has no idea whatsoever what you are talking about. Not that we don't know what you're doing, but your problem could be anything, right?

    Thank for your time. Please, return to foruming and enjoy yourself.
    Last edited: Jul 23, 2003
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