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Source: (consider it) Thread: Things I Want To Know, etc.
Yorick

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[Where's that 'Things I want to Know' thread? That was useful, that was.]

There are five named Admins. The Famous Five. But I noticed that if you do a search in the Directory, selecting Administrator in the Member status box, it throws up 21 results of people who have Administrator status, some of whom are hardly famous at all. No offence.

Is this one of those lifetime honorary titular things, like the President of the USA, wherein one is never an ex-Admin?

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Alan Cresswell

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quote:
Originally posted by Yorick:
[Where's that 'Things I want to Know' thread? That was useful, that was.]

That would be the thread with a title like "things I want to know, but don't need to know". Where that is is probably one of those things you don't need to know [Biased]

[Actually, I think you'll find it in Oblivion]

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There are five named Admins. The Famous Five. But I noticed that if you do a search in the Directory, selecting Administrator in the Member status box, it throws up 21 results of people who have Administrator status, some of whom are hardly famous at all. No offence.

Is this one of those lifetime honorary titular things, like the President of the USA, wherein one is never an ex-Admin?

There are five active Board Admins, who are the primary people dealing directly with the hosts and you lot. Some people who have retired from those positions continue to do important jobs in the background (such as handling the registration process). Of course, the senior officers on the Ship are also admins here. And, we've got a couple of volunteers who handle technical issues and developments. On top of that, former admins who wish to retain their admin status do so, they provide the benefit of their wisdom and experience to the rest of us and step in to help out if needed.

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Yorick

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Ah, the Unsung Heroes. Would it be terribly cringemaking to thank them for their efforts? I guess it would.

Thanks, Alan.

BTW, have you ever considered having,'It's probably in Oblivion' as a sig.? [Biased]

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luvanddaisies

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quote:
Originally posted by Alan Cresswell:
quote:
Originally posted by Yorick:
[Where's that 'Things I want to Know' thread? That was useful, that was.]

That would be the thread with a title like "things I want to know, but don't need to know".
why thank you - it's nice to find a thread one started some time in the dim and distant past was useful. [Smile]

[Fixed code]

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Yorick

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Two questions.

How do I find the Oblivion board? Usually, it's listed in Recent Visitors, so I use the link there to navigate to it, but when nobody's visited the board recently I can't do this.

Also, how do I code text as superscript? I tried the UBB code [sup]text[/sup] to no avail.

I know, I've been here long enough...

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Drifting Star

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Like this² ? =
code:
 Like this² ? 

It depends what you want to make super - 1 is 185, 2 is 178, 3 is 179. Beyond that, who knows?

Or you can hold down the alt key and enter 0185, 0178 or 0179 and it will appear like magic.

Oblivion is at http://forum.ship-of-fools.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=forum&f=70 - just change the number at the end of any forum to 70.

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Yorick

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Brilliant. Thanks! [Big Grin]

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Alan Cresswell

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There's a link to the Oblivion board on the Intro text for Limbo.

If you do a Google search for "special HTML characters" you'll find loads of places that list the various ways you can get superscript numbers and other funky stuff. Then just practice on the UBB practice thread to make sure they actually work here.

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Yorick

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Yes, I thought of HTML code, but it's for a sig, so I didn't suppose that would work.

How does one insert a blank character, to work effectively as a space, for example to indent a new line of text?

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#_nbsp_;

remove underscores

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Spike

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quote:
Originally posted by Yorick:
Yes, I thought of HTML code, but it's for a sig, so I didn't suppose that would work.

How does one insert a blank character, to work effectively as a space, for example to indent a new line of text?

I don't know, but we have a dedicated
Technical Support thread for this sort of question. You might also want to try the UBB Practice Thread too as people are often able to answer question. Let's try and keep this thread for the "want to know but don't need to know" type trivia.

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Yorick

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quote:
Originally posted by mousethief:
#_nbsp_;

remove underscores

Much obliged, but it doesn't seem to work.

I'll take it to the UBB practice thread (thanks, Spike).

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mousethief

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Hell, my mistake. Replace the # with &. Sorry.

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Ariel
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Something I'd like to know: has the "votive candle" smiley always bounced up and down (and it's just that I haven't noticed it), or has someone given it a new lease of life recently?

[Votive]

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It's nodding its head in time to the music!

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As far as I can remember it's always been animated.

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Ariel
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I think it must be an IE8 quirk. It's always been animated in that the flame has always flickered sideways, but I don't remember the actual candle itself jumping up and down as well - and it isn't doing this in Opera.

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It's nodding its head in time to the music!

It looks more like it's jumping up and down to the Hallelujah Chorus.
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mousethief

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I'm using Firefox for Linux and it's not jumping, just the flame.

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It's not doing it in XP Pro and Firefox, and I checked XP Pro and IE8 (shudder) - just the usual flicker.

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mrs whibley
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A the top left-hand corner of each thread it says "Source (consider it)". I've only just noticed this - has it always been there? And if not, is someone in the know considering whatever it is?

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Alan Cresswell

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Admins have the ability to change some bits of text that appear in various places in the software. New admins face a considerable temptation to play with the fancy buttons they find at their disposal.

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mrs whibley
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Thanks Alan - I think I see. With great power comes great responsibility!

[ 09. December 2010, 21:05: Message edited by: mrs whibley ]

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Drifting Star

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Or maybe 'With great power comes great opportunity'.

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Eutychus
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There used to be a box at board home saying "currently ringing alarm bells" or "welcome to" or some such, with the name of the newest member. That seems to have disappeared. Or has nobody joined lately? [Paranoid]

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PeteC

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It's on the Directory search page.
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Eutychus
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I'm sure there was something announcing new members on the Board Home page too, previously.

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PeteC

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Not for over 5 years anyway.
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no - I'm with Eutycus on this one - sure it was there until quite recently.
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Eutychus
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I think it said "welcome aboard XXX"

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Drifting Star

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I'm with Euty and Jenny Ann. I'm sure I've seen it on the home page in the last few weeks, but in any case I spotted a friend joining via that box in June, and I rarely go to the Directory search page.

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Yes it was definitely there until a week or two ago. I looked it up on the Internet Archive and the most recent old page was from 2008 (see here) and it shows up there (the text says 'Newbie alert for xxxxx'). OK that wasn't VERY recent, but certainly less than 5 years ago!

[ 15. December 2010, 08:48: Message edited by: Gracious rebel ]

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Drifting Star

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Yes - that's what I've seen recently rather than the full box that's on the Directory page.

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It was there until a couple of days ago. If memory serves, it disappears when the PTB have a little clearout and delete a registration e.g. a sock or spammer. It should appear again when the next new apprentice signs up. (I think!)

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PeteC

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Well that goes to show you I seldom go to the Ship's home page then. [Hot and Hormonal]
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Eutychus
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I found a cached version of the 'board home' page with it on from Dec. 8 and would have posted it here before all you lot but my computer has since developed a mind of its own requiring external surgery. [Mad]

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It appears the Newbie Alert is back. We have a new member named Bigfish.

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Eutychus
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<rushes to grab cached version of board home without newbie alert...>

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Is this the place to ask whether it is somewhere possible to see a list of all shipmates with a particular avatar?
I took a fancy to look who else had picked the same as I have.

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quote:
Originally posted by Sylvander:
Is this the place to ask whether it is somewhere possible to see a list of all shipmates with a particular avatar?
I took a fancy to look who else had picked the same as I have.

Yes: No.
Sorry.

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Sylvander
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Thank you.

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Sylvander
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I notice sometimes a post starting a new page in a thread sounds like the poster had known beforehand that his post would turn a new page.

Is it possible to somewhere see that my post will be the one to start a new page? (Or are the ones which I saw achieved by using the "edit" button?)

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Curiosity killed ...

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Post number 50, 100, 150 & etc are at the top of the page. You can see by the bar at the bottom of the page of your browser if you hold the mouse over the little page icon what post number you're on.

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If you are using firefox you might need to hover your mouse over the square blob between the poster's name and the date of posting - the last bit of information shown on the bottom of your browser window contains the post number.
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Yep. That square blob is the page icon.

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piglet
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I can't find the Post Count Landmarks thread; I'm sure I'm just exceeding my usual levels of stupidity, but has it moved/had its title changed for the new year?

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Gracious rebel

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I think this must be it! (and congrats for reaching 4000!)

[ 10. January 2011, 18:52: Message edited by: Gracious rebel ]

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mrs whibley
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quote:
Originally posted by daisydaisy:
If you are using firefox you might need to hover your mouse over the square blob between the poster's name and the date of posting - the last bit of information shown on the bottom of your browser window contains the post number.

Pedantic aside - that's actually the reply number since the opening post in each thread is 000000.

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Sylvander
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Thanks folks!
Never in a zillion years would I have figured that out by myself.

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quote:
Originally posted by Gracious rebel:
I think this must be it! (and congrats for reaching 4000!)

Thank you on both counts. [Smile]

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Sylvander
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Next post flips the page.
Wanna bet?

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