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HelperNate last won the day on March 19

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  1. I see that this has been added. Thank you!
  2. At the beginning of a new month, someone from the Contributor group will post a topic providing a summary for discussions that were discussed in the Contributor section during the previous month. This is to allow the community to be more informed and have a better understanding of the Contributor group. If you have any concerns or suggestions that you would like to be brought to the attention of the Contributor group, feel free to message any of the Contributors. You can find our previous logs here. Concluded Discussions These topics are concluded and are no longer being discussed. If you have any concerns about the conclusion of these topics, feel free to send a message and I'll see what I can do to help you. Appeal against decisions to block xat access in Turkey Ongoing Discussions These topics are currently ongoing. If you would like to offer feedback and/or suggestions, feel free to send me a message, and I'd be happy to convey it to the rest of the group. You can also post a comment if you would like to offer feedback and/or suggestions. Annual xat Feedback form Adding new audies to xat Help chats on auto-promotion
  3. Every month, a humorous display status is added to the bot, and listed in the history page, and after it's used for the month, it's generally never used again. In the past, a similar status, "Command Prompt" was used in a similar fashion that you suggested, and I really like your suggestion "CPU" with the specifics you provided, and will be happy to use it for the month of July! As for the current display, that was what I had decided to use for the month of June, and a couple months prior, "Loren Gray" was the display of the bot for the month of April 2021.
  4. The power of social media may bring us together, but it may also uncover horrifying and traumatizing truths as well...

  5. Hi guys! So as I was doing some schoolwork, I noticed that in the discussion posts, that I cannot see other students' replies to the discussion prompt until after I have posted at least 1 reply. And that is what I am suggesting here! Suggestion: To hide replies from other users until you have posted a reply to the forum topic. Follow-up suggestion: To disable editing your own reply and limit editing to forum staff. How it would work: http://prntscr.com/10psjgx In the topic creator's point of view, there would be a third tab next to "Content" and "Poll" labelled "Discussion" to indicate that this is a discussion post. Checking the "Discussion post?" box would hide all replies to the topic until the viewer makes at least 1 reply to the topic. By default, this box would remain unchecked. Alternatively, this could be labelled "Hide replies?" There would also be a second option, "Allow replies to be edited?" to enable users to edit their replies to a topic after they have posted one. Since users can normally edit their replies to a forum topic, this box would be automatically checked by default from the topic creator's view. If the "Allow replies to be edited?" box is unchecked, then the user who posted a reply to the topic cannot edit their own reply, and the power would be limited to forum staff, or a forum club admin (if posted in a club). How the viewer would see the opened topic: http://prntscr.com/10psckg http://prntscr.com/10pt3jx In the screenshots above, pretend that I am another user who wants to reply to HelperNate's topic. Before I (the outside user) clicked on the topic, I could see from the surface the number of replies the topic has, and the number of views it has. If the "Discussion post?" box was checked when HelperNate created the topic, I would not see who last replied to the topic, and when. Now when I open the topic, I can see the initial post that HelperNate has posted, and I wonder to myself "This topic has x replies. Where are they?" then right above the typing box at the bottom, I would be greeted with a message saying that this is a discussion post and that replies were only visible if I posted at least 1 reply to the topic. When I post a reply, then all of the other replies from other users becomes visible. Depending on how HelperNate set the topic, I want to edit my reply, but the edit button is not there. This is because HelperNate unchecked the "Allow replies to be edited?" checkbox upon creation of the topic. How would this be relevant to the forum? In the words of one of my professors, "You cannot see other student responses until after your reply. This is done to help support original student work." If this feature were added to the forum, this would be most relevant to discussion-type posts, background contests, and other topics in which you want the viewers to provide originality in their reply/work! For instance, let's say a Main Owner of a chat I am a staff member at created a forum post that prompts the staff members to provide their feedback on the rules and how they can be improved. To combat plagiarism from other users responses and have original thoughts, the topic creator would go to the "Discussion" tab in the content creation menu and check the "Discussion post?" box. If they didn't want the staff to edit their responses after submitting their replies, the topic creator would uncheck the "Allow replies to be edited?" box in the "Discussion" tab of the content creation menu. This would encourage the staff to provide original feedback and potentially be careful with what they type before submitting. Another example could apply to a background contest, poem contest, or any type of contest that allows users to submit original work on the forum without seeing others' replies beforehand! For a background contest, the topic creator could leave both boxes "Discussion post?" and "Allow replies to be edited?" checked in the content creation menu upon creating the contest. This would allow the participant not to see the entries of other participants before they post a reply, but because "Allow replies to be edited?" was checked, the user would be able to edit their reply after submitting. This could be used if a mistake was made, or the user wants to add/remove a background. The contest host could provide a sample background in the initial post and explain the specifications when making the contest a discussion post, and they can also instruct that any new backgrounds must be submitted as an additional reply by unchecking the "Allow replies to be edited?" checkbox in the content creation menu.
  6. This was one of the top 3 things that bug me about HTML5 xat. 1. Chat sounds not playing when I am navigated away from the browsing tab (even if the sounds are on). 2. Not all gamebans built yet, as well as any of the gameraces not working. 3. Some group powers not working (such as lang power).
  7. NOOOOO! Flash xat! (swt)

  8. Happy Birthday! Have a good one! (blowkiss)

  9. Happy Birthday Best Helper! Wish you all the best (applause) @HelperNate

    1. HelperNate


      Appreciate the wish. Thank you!

  10. Happy birthday and new year, hope you have a nice and special day as you are special today, blessings to you and your family 🥳 🎉 

    Happy Birthday Baby GIF

    1. HelperNate


      Thank you! I hope you are doing well too!

  11. I like the idea of a casino on xat, but there isn't going to be any gambling/betting is there? I've heard that goes against the Terms of Service. I think a simple "spin and win" may be acceptable though, though I'm not completely sure.
  12. Everyone has claimed their prize. Thank you for your participation! I look forward to using your backgrounds (once I am able to get around this Imgur issue).
  13. Goku and I have come up with 3 completely different users! For this reason, I have made 3 random drawings based on where we rank our different users. Conversation: https://prnt.sc/vrohbe Drawings: https://prnt.sc/vroh4d Based on the results of the drawings, the following users will be awarded prizes: 1) @Parth 5000 xats - Claimed http://prntscr.com/vrotje 2) @India 2000 xats - Claimed http://prntscr.com/vs1unf 3) @Dazer 1000 xats - Claimed http://prntscr.com/vvgf21 Congratulations! And thanks to everyone who participated in the contest! I am looking forward to using all of your backgrounds! As for the winners, come see me @ Game chat to claim your prize and reply back here once you have received it!
  14. Happy Quarantine Thanksgiving!

    1. DUYGU


      Happy Quarantine Thanksgiving for you

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