Discussion in 'Exploding Rabbit' started by aliceandsven, Mar 2, 2012.
There's no reason to delete a thread just because the OP is no longer around.
But still. He isn't here anymore so we should forget about him. I know that sounds a bit mean but I didn't like fleek when he was actually here.
Most of us didn't like fleek but we can't just pretend he wasn't there. The threads there and if people want to use it that's their imperative.
I know that, but in this thread, it's the OP who makes the thread work.
That's why I said "something should be done" and not "lock" or "delete".
http://www.explodingrabbit.com/foru...ws-ecounter-of-a-furred-kind-crossover.15938/ is a project, soon made a better thread
The thread's been deleted as you requested.
This thread is a dupe to this thread.
Merge I guess, please.
Can i has sticky
It's a good idea but the sub-forum moves slow enough that it will be towards the top for a while anyway. I'll wait and see what other people think.
EDIT: I was going to merge these two threads - 1 - 2 - but the posts from 2 are dated before your thread, and due to the failure of xenforo I won't be able to move your post to the OP, so I'll wait for your permission.
Maybe if you got an older thread of mine which i wanted deleted anyway and merged together, i'd have the first post.
Titles should be "Pokémon: Starters (Gen I-III)" and "Pokémon: Starters (Gen IV-V)".
"MineRabbit Server Discussion"
Holy fuck your alive! wrong area to post...
We need a lock here
Has anyone noticed if putting videos in spoilers actually impacts page-load? Pages with a lot of spoilered videos still load kind of slow for me
I only liked that because it's relevant to the page load thing, not because I have.
Now that you brought this up, I guess you're right, but I think the main reason to post videos in spoiler is to not make your post huge.
After the forum updated, spoilers will load last of the content for some reason. They will still properly hide stuff after it's done, but not before, strangely.
Edit: It seems the order at which they load is entirely random.
Edit 2: No, I just performed a real bunch of tests. Look:
Here's normal refreshing, several times it went to the point of loading the video fully before even bothering about the spoiler:
And here's the funny result: Forced refreshes always show the correct behavior, loading the spoiler first. On all 8 or so tries.
Now, let's take a moment to laugh at IE's amazing speeds:
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