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What is BBCode?
BBCode stands for Bullentin Board Code. It is a very limited form of HTML, but without the security hazards and abuse potential of enabling full HTML. It is used to produce various effects such as adding images or text effects. The primary difference is that BBCode uses [] tags instead of <>. The available BBCodes are listed below.

What about BBCode abuse?
Yes, BBCode abuse is certainly a real possibility. Naturally, this entails that abusing BBCode is a punishable offense. This can include excessive use of BBCode, such as bolding every post, using hard-to-read colors, or abusing image functions. Chronic BBCode abusers will not be allowed to use BBCode.


[b]Bold[/b] = Bold text.


[i]Italic[/i] = Italic text.


[u]Underline[/u] = Underlined text.


[font=Courier]Courier[/font] = Courier font text.
*Must be a recognized font. Varies from system to system.


[size=#]Size[/size] text = Resized text.
*Must be a non-zero positive whole number.


[color=#CCCCCC]Colored[/color] = Recolored text.
*Must be a plain color (pink, lightgreen) or hex code (#15FDB7)


[youtube=xxxxxxxxxx] = Youtube video.
The xxxxxxxx is the video ID, found here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQp5l4-sfFA


[quote]Quoted[/quote] =
QuoteQuoted Text



[progress=96] =
0% Progress: 96%
100%



[URL=http://www.staredit.net]SEN[/URL] = SEN named link

[URL=http://www.staredit.net] = http://www.staredit.net - named for the url


[EMAIL=email]meh[/EMAIL] = meh named e-mail link

[EMAIL=email] = email named for the address


[IMG=http://www.staredit.net/images/stareditnet.gif] = image


[LIST]
[*]bulleted
[*]list
[/LIST]
=
    • Bulleted
      List



  • [SUP]meh[/SUP] = Coolsuperscript

    [SUB]meh[/SUB] = Coolsubscript


    [LINE=#] = Horizontal Divider

    Of a specified width.


    [TRIGGER]
    [DESCRIPTION]TRIGGER[/DESCRIPTION]
    [PLAYERS]
    [*]Moose
    [/PLAYERS]
    [CONDITIONS]
    [*]Likes Bacon
    [/CONDITIONS]
    [ACTIONS]
    [*]Eat bacon
    [*]Get fat
    [/ACTIONS]
    [/TRIGGER]
    =
    Trigger
    Description:
    TRIGGER
    Players:
    Moose
    Conditions:
    Likes Bacon
    Actions:
    Eat Bacon
    Get fat





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    [05:43 pm]
    Zoan -- NudeRaider
    NudeRaider shouted: Zoan yes you can.
    oh, yeah you’re right. Then yeah if you use an ai script it should be easy to farm unfinished buildings in some unused area on the map and just move them around, right?
    [2019-10-17. : 6:06 am]
    NudeRaider -- KrayZee
    KrayZee shouted: Voyager7456 Somehow I misread your shout. "Glad I can entertain you in Nude" as if you sent a racy photo, video or something.
    nah, he just made a comment that had us laughing very hard.
    [2019-10-17. : 6:02 am]
    NudeRaider -- Zoan
    Zoan shouted: sraw531 you can’t move buildings afaik
    yes you can.
    [2019-10-16. : 10:03 pm]
    Dem0n -- no
    [2019-10-16. : 8:26 pm]
    GGmano -- Is here a forum only for temple siege?
    [2019-10-16. : 4:20 pm]
    KrayZee -- Voyager7456
    Voyager7456 shouted: Glad I can entertain you Nude
    Somehow I misread your shout. "Glad I can entertain you in Nude" as if you sent a racy photo, video or something.
    [2019-10-16. : 2:26 pm]
    martosss -- Moose
    Moose shouted: martosss IIRC, the plan was to go 64-bit only eventually so they're interested in differences between the versions
    well I might have found 1 bug for them to fix - some maps load on 32 bit, but not on 64 bit game version
    [2019-10-16. : 2:19 pm]
    Zoan -- sraw531
    sraw531 shouted: I'm pretty sure you would move the building away at some point. When you do so, you can give it to someone else. I was thinking nexi because its possible you could encourage the computer to expand to a specific spot
    you can’t move buildings afaik
    [2019-10-16. : 10:10 am]
    Moose -- martosss
    martosss shouted: jjf28 OK, I have 1 more question - are you using 32 bit SC:R or 64 bit ? In game settings there's an option to switch to 32, is it checked? I just tried hosting the map with 64-bit SC:R and it failed... I ticked the option to use 32 bit SC:R => it worked and map was hosted. So I guess the issue still exists for 64 bit SC:R ? I also tried calling a friend and he couldn't see the map when he entered the lobby. Weird, I might have to report this to Blizzard?
    IIRC, the plan was to go 64-bit only eventually so they're interested in differences between the versions
    [2019-10-16. : 5:27 am]
    O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- or a magic box :(
    Please log in to shout.


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