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    • Status: Won't Fix Priority: Normal

    "Crippled" nameglow? https://prnt.sc/fw8d0n

     

    This most likely aswell has been there ever since either namegrad or nameflag was released.

     

     

     

    Reported by Voymo.




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    I thought I had seen a similar problem before namegrad or nameflag was released, as you said.

     

    If you used the Hex Colors (glow#+++) or (glow#---) to namecolor, your name would later have the same effect.

     

    This problem probably has not been fixed. I'm not sure.

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    16 hours ago, Nixs said:

    This problem probably has not been fixed. I'm not sure.

    I still see it on almost a daily basis, although it's not as often as it used to be when Namegrad first came out. The amount of crippled names I saw back then was absolutely insane.

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