Discussion in 'Questions Assistance & Feedback' started by chervon, Dec 7, 2009.
Yep. That's exactly what you should do..
not everyone wants to. who really cares about extending your posts? just let us post as long or as little as we want
Yeah I will probably try expanding.
Yep that's the best thing to do. Phsycical won't change it probably.
I think the profile comments(visitor messages) 25 character limit should be 10-15...
the point is that if you didnt have to put 25characters then people will get easy points by saying just hi on the comments.
Omg, lets all cry about it because we have to put a few more letters!!
GR PHSYCICAL, I HATE THIS YOU MUST DIE!!
Lol, and yeah... 25 characters is nothing, if it really bothers you put hidden symbols that you can't see to take up characters.
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Most people with common sense would know better than that.
Well people are different on the internet. Everyone feels free to do whatever they want..
Well, technically speaking they CAN do whatever they want. But in return, not every action goes without penalty.
I guess everyone is differnet in a way... They can't do ANYTHING they want, but most things yes.
if there was no 25characters phsycical will go poor because points will me easy to get lby just saying hi or bye.
Yeah that is true atny, there would be too much spam
ya and then phsycical will get confused and shuts down the website, and people will get easy points.
Your statement made absolutely no sense whatsoever.
But there should be points for correcting people's grammar and spelling.
Ohyes, I would have millions of points. tab:
man do you understand english phsycical will run out of xats if we dont have 25 characters.
Wrong, those awards are limited. Some items like 2000 xats isn't going to stay there forever.
I really don't want to have to say this, but your previous post wasn't even in English context... you were speaking in unsolvable riddles.
Phsycical has a limit, 1 item is allowed to be purchased of each selection. So one user can only pick one choice once, and never again. He/she has to choose a different one.
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