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Postby Shinobi » Wed Mar 09, 11 5:09 pm

You guys need a script to resize images on the forum, there's a mod available for phpBB I think, just a suggestion.
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Postby Professor Layton » Wed Mar 09, 11 5:48 pm

What do you mean?

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Postby ~DJ~ » Wed Mar 09, 11 6:43 pm

why don't you go grab a baseball bat and do something about it
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Postby Kaiden » Wed Mar 09, 11 6:53 pm

at above picture, WHY
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Postby Shinobi » Tue Mar 15, 11 11:20 pm

I meant a script to auto resize images in threads and link out to full size versions. Cheers for pic lmao.
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Postby Aidan » Thu Mar 17, 11 3:14 am

I feel like making a giant birthday party invitation card.
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Postby James » Thu Mar 17, 11 7:25 am

I still want my spoiler field.
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Postby Professor Layton » Thu Mar 17, 11 6:54 pm

Firefox isn't what it used to be, just scrolling over the image takes up 500MB ram and a whole core :(
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Postby Aidan » Fri Mar 18, 11 2:53 am

Yeh, that's why we use opera RIIGGGHHTTTTTTTTT
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Postby Rödewijk » Fri Mar 18, 11 6:20 pm

Professor Layton wrote:Firefox isn't what it used to be, just scrolling over the image takes up 500MB ram and a whole core :(

chrome is the new firefox :wink:
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Postby Professor Layton » Fri Mar 18, 11 9:18 pm

Rödewijk wrote:
Professor Layton wrote:Firefox isn't what it used to be, just scrolling over the image takes up 500MB ram and a whole core :(

chrome is the new firefox :wink:
As much as it hurts me to say this, I'd rather use IE.
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Postby Aidan » Sat Mar 19, 11 12:16 am

IE skin for firefox m8
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