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(94 replies, posted in Role Playing)

OK, let's take a breather. No fouls, but let's review:

1. In using this board, the Rules include: "Be respectful of other users." Let's keep criticism to a minimum; even if a personal belief in the matter, please make an effort to be less aggressive and more constructive.

2. These boards are very easy to use, as we can see with over 1,500 posts within the first two weeks. Just because we have a Quick Post option now, doesn't mean you're good to go. Usefulness is not a requirement, but clarity is appreciated and builds the community.  This is meant to be more than just a fan site.

3. The visitors here are from all around the world, all different ages. There's no reason to dumb it down, but there certainly is motivation for the opposite: thoughtful ideas, coherent stories, and long discussions. Take advantage.

1,452

(7 replies, posted in Bounty Hunters)

As you wish.. Closed.

1,453

(37 replies, posted in Creative)

Atinvod, this topic should be in the Creative forum.

1,454

(23 replies, posted in Fans)

Atinvod, please post this in the most appropriate forum: Fans.

1,455

(3 replies, posted in Fans)

Ursula, Front Page is absolutely not the only thing. As one of the worst web authoring tools out there, Front Page may make things look easy, with "What You See Is What You Get," but it's tailored to Microsoft with unstandard and convoluted methods. That said, the tried-and-true standard for a WYSIWYG editor is Dreamweaver, originally by Macromedia and now by Adobe, for the Mac and PC. There's a nice balance of working visually, or working with the HTML to see how things work. Adobe GoLive was also an option, but has less of a market share than Dreamweaver; with the companies merged, GoLive would probably be the one to go.

Notepad, or better yet EditPad, for the PC is also something to consider if you're looking to start with the basics and learn the programming. It's certainly getting easier these days, with these parts called DIV layers and Cascading Style Sheets. If you're interested in learning, that's where you'll end up.

You can see more of how BFFC is built in our Colophon. As things get fancier around here, though, no more will viewing the source code help in knowing the tricks. But, nevertheless, peeking at that option in your browser is a way to learn.

1,456

(13 replies, posted in Bounty Hunters)

THE FLASH, can you use a Topic name that says the match, like "Aurra Sing vs. Zuckuss" ? Thanks.

1,457

(14 replies, posted in Dialogue)

Yes, of course we do. You started the topic in January 2005.

http://boards.bobafettfanclub.com/ubb/F … 00548.html

Can you make your Topic names more complete? "things" and "Missing" are missing the point. Thanks.

1,458

(1,328 replies, posted in Dialogue)

Please stay on topic. You can use Private Messages, by the way. It's a new feature here.

1,459

(19 replies, posted in General)

ARC Fett, where does it say Chrys made the track? Sorry you're still confused.

1,460

(19 replies, posted in General)

Fett's Vette by MC Chris | MP3 - Lyrics (explicit) - Music Video

Part of the MP3 collection of Fett-inspired music.

1,461

(116 replies, posted in General)

RC-3222, glad you like it!

Those who need a guide to avatars, I'll see what I can do. It also might be fun to tag-team with Kudar and company to churn out avatars that people can request AFTER they're made.

Lt. Gay Ellis, when we were testing the boards last month, we wanted a pretty slim left area, compared to other boards. But, if there's enough interest, there is certainly a worldly set of people here!

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(17 replies, posted in Role Playing)

How and why? wink

1,463

(7 replies, posted in Creative)

dukem72, welcome to the boards! I found that one recently--del.icio.us I believe--and was going to do a news story at BobaFett.com! hah

KudarMubat, well, to add to what dukem said already, widgets are small applications, made more popular recently with the Apple operating system. dukem's widget has these sounds, but otherwise... not actual "application" for something like others (weather, maps, clocks).

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(19 replies, posted in General)

Empire at War is a separate game, but I would recommend using the support forum at LucasArts.com. Good luck, and let us know how it goes with Boba Fett and Slave I.

You could always Ask Daniel and see what he thinks, after the next batch of e-mails go out to him.

Our links page is always open, but I suppose it's aimed at other Boba Fett sites. I'd be more than welcome to start that.

Well, it's a start. Maybe there could be a clone one.

There's a handful of other custom features coming to BFFC this year. Some clues in our colophon.

Spread the word. We also just switched over to this board five days ago.. People will come.

They're meant to be more minimal, but I'm certainly open to suggestions and help. BobaFett.com uses these color sets.

In development, we had higher-contrast sets, with the lighter grey. I could see that coming back if it's what you're needing.

It could be nice to format them line-by-line and include the character and why, like you started:

Snape (Harry Potter) - Cunning, loyal, treacherous, emotionless

1,471

(24 replies, posted in General)

Avatars must be under 10240 bytes.

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(24 replies, posted in General)

You're the first to let me know. That's odd. Shoot Boba Fett, an exclusive of the short-lived but well-mannered Boba Fett Fan Club - Japan Edition (aka Boba-Rin's Boba Fett Homepage), is missing Boba Fett now. Maybe he's invisible? Or he's tired of flying? I'm kidding. Maybe the game died. It was old skool Java.

Slave I: Shadow Hunter is this short and sweet game that a friend of mine made once he knew I started this site. It had a lot of message board interest, until it was released, and the guy never got much feedback besides the form on the site about bugs and requests. He's probably on to far cooler video game projects now, but I'll be glad to let him know it's still a goodie. Trivia: BFFC Mel wrote the storyline for the fan game!

And just to clarify, BFFC calls games "Games" and the video games that Boba Fett appears in "Arcade."

Haven't heard of any interest in more games, but it's something to consider if we get a good idea.

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(188 replies, posted in Dialogue)

Glad you appreciate it, Kel. Spread the good word. There's more comin'.

1,474

(86 replies, posted in Fans)

Cecilia, see the BBCode page for smileys. wink

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