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  • 07-27-2017, 09:13 PM
    You're welcome, Anne. I'm glad it worked out.
  • 07-19-2017, 01:24 AM
    Anne Elizabeth Baldwin
    Thanks, Sojourn. It did work out, so I did move that thread over. Now to see what else might work there. {SMILE}
  • 07-18-2017, 07:50 PM
    I created the sub forum. It's called "The Library" and it is off the Inn. I believe it will show you when there is a new post. I created a test thread for you, Anne. If that will work out, then we can move the other thread there.

    As for the other sub forums being locked, I did it so spammers would stop posting in them. Myself or Optimus could unlock them and move them back to the main sections if there was ever renewed interested in them.
  • 07-18-2017, 08:03 AM
    Jacen Bell
    a far as I'm aware it does, or at least it use to. not 100% sure about the new set up.
    then again it probably just depends on how the sub is set up.
  • 07-18-2017, 12:26 AM
    Anne Elizabeth Baldwin
    So that leaves one question: would the sub-directory show it has new posts on the main forum page or not?
  • 07-17-2017, 03:05 AM
    Jacen Bell
    Aye, Apologies. Those are very old SL that are no longer active, that's
    why they are locked. I should have mention that before. However
    that being said, they can be made active by messaging one of
    the admins.

    Ah, Apologies then. I mush have miss read you initial post.
    Happens from time to time for me.
  • 07-17-2017, 02:08 AM
    Anne Elizabeth Baldwin
    Okay, so they do show up. However, those don't even allow new posts. So would one that is open to new posts show if they had new posts? Call me lazy, but I'd like to be able to spot new posts while scrolling down the Forum Homepage, like I can with the directories we have now. As long as I can do that, we're good.

    I didn't think of this as a creative endeavor. It's certainly not going to approach fan fiction, or even the "in depth articles" that examine fan theories in depth. Not unless somebody else is into that, because I'm not. I just enjoy chatting about books.

    I think "theatre" is a British spelling. It may also be less modern, but it isn't quite fully wrong around Brits. Or if it is, it wasn't 21 years ago when I first came on the internet, because some of my British friends back then listed that among the differences between British English and American English.
  • 07-17-2017, 01:07 AM
    Jacen Bell
    Anne, look at anything in "Role Playing Guild Awaiting Posts"
    if you click on any of them(Adventure, Crime and Mystery, Fantasy,
    Gothic and Supernatural, Mythology, Science Fiction & Superheroes)
    you be taken into the sub for where you can pick any of the SL's in
    that genre, Once you select the SL you want it takes you to all the
    threads within it...
    Also in my opinion the Theater is probably the best place for it....
    cause the theater is
    Quote Originally Posted by Q&Q
    The Theatre of the Bards is open to all creative outlets.
    The inn does mention talking about comics & what not...
    however from your explanation Anne, it sounds like
    you want to do something a bit different/ more in-depth.

    ..... Also is it me or is Theater spelled wrong on the boards?
    & why did it take me till now to see it....

    & as far as me taking part in this... not really sure, I'm not
    a good reader & I tend to stick with Harlequins....
    .....I'm rather biased against my own gender as I prefer the ones where the guy suckers himself...
  • 07-16-2017, 09:46 PM
    Anne Elizabeth Baldwin
    I don't know how a sub-forum would work. I don't think I see any subforums. {thoughtful pause}

    I guess my concern is how easy it would be to see that something has been added to the sub-forum? If the sub-forum shows up as having something new on the main forum page, just under the Inn, fine. If it only shows that it has something new in the Inn, but marks the Inn as having something new if something's added to it, I guess we can try it. If people have to go into an inn that looks like it doesn't have anything new in it to discover that there is something new in the sub-forum, I don't think that's going to work out. Few if any would know when the conversation had been added to. {lop-sided smile}
  • 07-16-2017, 01:19 PM
    We could do a sub forum off the Inn if you would prefer. I'm not sure how active it will be, thus why I'm suggesting a sub forum and not it's own.
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