- Sep 22, 2005
Yes, I do some work with MyBB run createmybb and mybbhacks, elkarte, phpBB as well.
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I think we can all agree in here that that is all just a bunch of mumbo-jumbo, gibberish and garbage, because it means nothing and is unenforceable.1 Accepting the Terms of Service:
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I have been actively involved as a "user" of "hosted forums" since 2004, and let me say unequivocally that of all the boards I have been on, hands down, Tapatalk's is the biggest piece of crap, ever.I will not comment or judge here about the quality of the services provided by Tapatalk in the field of forum hosting,
Now when I try to view my files at the piece of crap Tapatalk site, all I get is a page with nothing on it except the words "Choose Display Mode" and a box that says "Original," and in true piece of crap Tapatalk fashion, when you click on the box that says "original," nothing happens, which is an indication of just how stupid that site has become since Brendan Kopetzky sold us out to Winter Wong of the piece of crap Tapatalk, and when you try to scroll down to see if there are other options, again, in true piece of crap Tapatalk fashion, nothing happens.
So now, I cannot get to any of my files!
And that piece of garbage is supposed to be a state of the art upgrade!
You can also click on the empty space outside the pop-up window, this will close it too.Thank you very much for conveying that information and I hope you have a very peaceful Thanksgiving day.
You are a real resource here, for which I am very thankful.
And no, I have not seen that "done" button.
It must be further down the page, which I could not get to scroll.
I'll try your method, because I want access to what is my intellectual property in the form of my files that Brendan Kopetzky breached his trust and let Tapatalk steal, mangling them in the process.
Instead of writing "beginning quotes" and on the end "end quotes" try to type:I dropped into the more archaic method of simply writing end quotes because I was quoting someone from Tapatalk, and didn't want to cause any confusion.
[QUOTE]Whatever you want to quote[/QUOTE]
Whatever you want to quote
It was standard practice to let the other readers know that a quote had ended by writing in the words "end quotes."Livyjr said:So that there would not be confusion, certain conventions were adopted, especially when quoting someone or something in your writing.