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Dear CCF members!
As a fresh moderator I think it's finally time that this forum also defines certain rules of behaviour. For the beginning I prepared some general ones. If you have some other suggestions or disagree with any of rules stated below fell free to post that in Comments/Suggestions forum.


Here are a few guidelines to keep this area organized and easy to read:

1. Before starting a new topic, check to see if a thread already exists. Please use the search tool.

2. Respect everyone's opinions. No verbal abuse against any member is allowed. Any problems should be reported to the moderators and admin.

3. Please refrain from posting meaningless threads, one word (or short) non-sense posts, or the such. Don't post just to increase your number of posts.

4. Advertising, spamming and trolling is not allowed. This includes using the forum email and Private message system to spam other members.

5. No cross posting. Post your message once, to the appropriate forum and nowhere else or it will be locked or deleted without warning.

6. If your thread is missing, it usually means that an original thread already exists or you posted in the wrong area.

7. Use of all capital or bold letters in topic subjects as well as in messages is not desirable.

8. All quotes of outside articles or information should be preceded by the name of the source (and date if available) that they come from.


Moderators reserve the right to move, close or edit any thread for any reason, especially for violating the rules.



Regards,
martin_krpan, your friendly mod.
 

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I kindly ask all member to sustain yourself from unnecessary quoting. So, here are some rules (or let's say recommendations) about quoting.

1. Do not qoute last post in thread if you are reffering or answering to it. If you are reffering only to a specific part of the text in last post, you can quote that part.
2. If you are answering to some previous post you can avoid quoting by simply marking the person you wish to communicate to. For example by writing @PersonIAmWritingTo.
3. Regardless rule number two, you can qoute older (non-last) posts but in that case please delete all pictures from quoted text except those your answer is reffering to.
4. Please no double qoutings!
 
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