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Making your posts unique

Post by Xusha on Fri Aug 12, 2011 1:28 pm

Hey TR! Just thought I'd share some fun ways to make your posts unique.

Forumotion Supported Fonts:

Allegro BT Bold Italics ( Allegro BT )
Andalus Bold Italics
Arial Bold Italics
Bradley Hand ITC Bold Italics
Charlesworth Bold Italics
Comic Sans MS Bold Italics
Copperplate Gothic Bold Bold Italics
Courier New Bold Italics
Curlz MT Bold Italics
Cursive Bold Italics
Dauphin Bold Italics
Edwardian Script ITC Bold Italics ( Edwardian Script ITC )
Felix Titling Bold Italics
French Script MT Bold Italics ( French Script MT )
Garamond Bold Italics
Georgia Bold Italics
Impact Bold Italics
Jasmine UPC Bold Italics
Kristen ITC Bold Italics
Lithographlight Bold Italics
Lucida Console Bold Italics
Matisse ITC Bold Italics ( Matisse ITC )
Mistral Bold Italics
Monospace Bold Italics
Monotype Corsiva Bold Italics
Palatino Linotype Bold Italics
Papyrus Bold Italics
Script Bold Italics
Simsun Bold Italics
Sylfaen Bold Italics
System Bold Italics
Tahoma Bold Italics
Terminal Bold Italics
Times New Roman Bold Italics
Traditional Arabic Bold Italics
Verdana Bold Italics
Vivaldi Bold Italics



Forumotion Supported Colours:

Black
White
Snow
WhiteSmoke
GhostWhite
Linen
AliceBlue
OldLace
MintCream
Ivory
AntiqueWhite
Beige
Bisque
BlanchedAlmond
Cornsilk
LavenderBlush
Gainsboro
LightGray
Silver
Gray
DarkGray
LightSlateGray
SlateGray
DarkSlateGray
DimGray
PowderBlue
Lavender
LightSkyBlue
SkyBlue
LightBlue
Blue
MediumBlue
DarkBlue
Navy
MidnightBlue
RoyalBlue
PrussianBlue
DeepSkyBlue
Azure
DodgerBlue
CadetBlue
CornflowerBlue
LightSteelBlue
SteelBlue
SlateBlue
MediumSlateBlue
DarkSlateBlue
Cyan
DarkCyan
Aquamarine
MediumAquamarine
PaleTurquoise
Turquoise
MediumTurquoise
DarkTurquoise
SpringGreen
MediumSpringGreen
LightSeaGreen
SeaGreen
MediumSeaGreen
DarkSeaGreen
LawnGreen
YellowGreen
PaleGreen
LightGreen
Green
DarkGreen
ForestGreen
Chartreuse
OliveDrab
DarkOliveGreen
Lime
LimeGreen
GreenYellow
Brown
SaddleBrown
SandyBrown
Sienna
Burlywood
Wheat
Chocolate
Tan
IndianRed
Moccasin
NavajoWhite
PapayaWhip
PeachPuff
RosyBrown
Peru
Orange
DarkOrange
OrangeRed
Tomato
Red
Crimson
DarkRed
FireBrick
Maroon
Purple
Violet
Indigo
MediumVioletRed
DarkViolet
BlueViolet
MediumPurple
DarkMagenta
MediumOrchid
DarkOrchid
Plum
Seashell
Honeydew
LightYellow
Yellow
LemonChiffon
Gold
PaleGoldenrod
LightGoldenrodYellow
Goldenrod
DarkGoldenrod
Khaki
DarkKhaki
LightPink
Pink
MistyRose
Thistle
Magenta
Cinnabar
PaleVioletRed
LightCoral
Coral
DeepPink
LightSalmon
Salmon
DarkSalmon
HotPink

Notes For Use:

When using Fonts, they must be typed out as shown. I.E. [Bradley Hand ITC] must be given spaces in order to appear correctly.

When using Colors, they must be typed out as shown. I.E. [PaleGoldenRod] must be without spaces in order to appear correctly.

One more thing, it's fun to mix it up! Phew... Took awhile to make.
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Re: Making your posts unique

Post by DigDog on Fri Aug 12, 2011 4:54 pm

I'm not OCD enough to start each one of my posts with a font tag.
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Re: Making your posts unique

Post by Mrsebi on Fri Aug 12, 2011 7:07 pm

I have a better one...
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Re: Making your posts unique

Post by Chamberino on Fri Aug 12, 2011 7:29 pm


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Re: Making your posts unique

Post by DigDog on Fri Aug 12, 2011 8:08 pm

Still, it's a nice list and a good thing to have for people who want to use it. Awesome work Xusha.
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Re: Making your posts unique

Post by Tim Hortans on Fri Aug 12, 2011 10:53 pm

You can't seriously think this was at all a good idea?

Also remember me?
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Re: Making your posts unique

Post by Darre on Fri Aug 12, 2011 11:04 pm

I still type in all green from when I joined and a whole lot of people did it. It just seemed like something to do. The only reason why I do it now is force of habit. If somebody wants to start now than I say go ahead but it is tedious. Great post rounding up all these variations Xusha.
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Re: Making your posts unique

Post by Erik on Fri Aug 12, 2011 11:24 pm

Personally, I think I'll start making my posts in chocolate.

I must say though, a few of those fonts are off limits, and I think you know what they are. If you can't read them, we can't read them, which makes your post pointless.

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Re: Making your posts unique

Post by Cial on Sat Aug 13, 2011 1:49 am

[Vivaldi] I feel special [/Vivaldi]
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Re: Making your posts unique

Post by Tim Hortans on Sat Aug 13, 2011 1:58 am

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[font=Impact]words[/font]
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Re: Making your posts unique

Post by Xusha on Sat Aug 13, 2011 6:26 am

It isn't anyone's fault but the ones who decided to put the fonts up here. It's just cool how much variety there is.
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Re: Making your posts unique

Post by DigDog on Sat Aug 13, 2011 11:59 am

Cial wrote:[Vivaldi] I feel special [/Vivaldi]

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Re: Making your posts unique

Post by Tom Gaskarth on Sat Aug 13, 2011 6:37 pm

I might try using Jasmine & DarkSlateBlue
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Post by Mrsebi on Sat Aug 13, 2011 7:19 pm

I like to make my posts unique with the random crap I say all the time.
So pie.
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Post by Tim Hortans on Sat Aug 13, 2011 11:51 pm

By the way, more on topic to the thread, I wont be doing this because it makes me feel all snooty and stuck up.

And I'm not saying all you people look snooty and stuck up. But you do. I don't think about it though because I know you guys and I'm used to it.
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Re: Making your posts unique

Post by DigDog on Sun Aug 14, 2011 12:13 am

To be honest, that's my impression too when I see people using different colors and stuff, especially on the AEFs. Gives off an aura of desperate attentionseekingness (totally a word). At least when you read posts from people you don't know, like Tim said.

Plus inserting font and/or color tags into every post you write seems like a lot of work and totally not worth it.
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Re: Making your posts unique

Post by Xusha on Sun Aug 14, 2011 12:35 am

I personally only use indigo because it looks pretty.
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Post by Rixuel on Thu Aug 18, 2011 12:48 pm

Well if it's automatic when I post, so it would be awesome.

Plus inserting font and/or color tags into every post you write seems like a lot of work and totally not worth it.
Kudos. lol
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Re: Making your posts unique

Post by Darre on Thu Aug 18, 2011 2:09 pm

Using one of the drop down colours it is really easy and doesn't take anytime at all, after a while it becomes second nature too. However I can see the borderline craziness in making your posts in obscure colours and fonts.
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Post by Thoru on Thu Aug 18, 2011 10:05 pm

I would try this, but here's no way to make it a default thing
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Post by Darre on Fri Aug 19, 2011 8:34 am

There might be a phpBB mod for it.
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