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RE: Suggestions - IceManual - 02-08-2018

Understandable, have a great day.

/meme


RE: Suggestions - shadowman44 - 02-25-2018

We should add a "point and click" category to the genres, I noticed that there's a ton of Nancy Drew games on this site as of late.


RE: Suggestions - Snessy the duck - 02-28-2018

Would it maybe be possible to implement the ability to assign a game to multiple consoles? That would be useful for multiplatform games like, say, Sonic Mania.


RE: Suggestions - Petie - 02-28-2018

This has been asked before but there's really not a good way to do it. As it is now, if a game is significantly different on two different consoles, we just create it on both. If not, we leave it on whatever the "main" console is.


RE: Suggestions - Snessy the duck - 03-01-2018

Oh, that's a bummer.


RE: Suggestions - Snessy the duck - 03-23-2018

Here's another one: Why not make the little staff icons (You know, the one that appears above the forum team's avatars with the Mario sprites on it) visible on the mainsite resources comment section as well? I believe that would be a neat touch that would make it easier to tell who's part of the staff.

Here's an example of what I mean:

[Image: ojsfq74.png]


RE: Suggestions - Petie - 03-23-2018

(03-23-2018, 09:53 AM)Snessy the duck Wrote: Here's another one: Why not make the little staff icons (You know, the one that appears above the forum team's avatars with the Mario sprites on it) visible on the mainsite resources comment section as well? I believe that would be a neat touch that would make it easier to tell who's part of the staff.

Here's an example of what I mean:

[Image: ojsfq74.png]

So I actually really like this idea and honestly, I'm not sure why I didn't do something like it sooner (even if it was something like a color change to reflect staff comments). I think it might be more practical to just include the flower icon in your example but I might try to work out some way to toggle it.

Edit: Now that I'm thinking about it, I'm pretty sure I did originally try to include colored names for staff originally but it didn't work well across all of the sites. I never thought to use the banners though - good idea!


RE: Suggestions - Cooper B. Chance - 04-02-2018

I’ve been submitting sounds from browser games for quite sometime now and I’ve decided to ask: Is it possible the PC sections for all the sites could get a sub-section for browser games? Fine by me if it’s not.


RE: Suggestions - Rainbow Question Mark - 04-22-2018

NSFW sheets can only be hidden, but not games. Can we hide games that are considered NSFW?


RE: Suggestions - Petie - 04-22-2018

In almost all cases, the entire game isn't NSFW and we also don't allow NSFW icons so there really isn't much reason to hide the games.


RE: Suggestions - Kendotlibero - 04-23-2018

Me and Bass were talking about a project to "restore" old vgr sheets/models to make the site basically better for everyone. The model i found more interesting is the Wikipedia one, where you can access articles that needs some "cleaning up" and work on that, maybe by adding a "mark" button to see in a quick way what needs to be worked on
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Another thing i could like about the sheets handling could be an "innocent until proven guilty" system,kinda like speedrun.com: the sheets are up instantly until some mod/other thing notices errors/vandalism and puts it down


RE: Suggestions - Petie - 04-23-2018

If we could get enough interest in a project of that scale going, I wouldn't mind working out some way to mark submissions that need work and display them to those interested in participating. To the second point though, no. We will never display anything on the site that hasn't gone through a manual approval process barring those that we have given the ability to bypass the queue to. And even the ones that can submit directly still need to wait for approval on revisions.


RE: Suggestions - Kendotlibero - 04-23-2018

(04-23-2018, 09:14 AM)Petie Wrote: We will never display anything on the site that hasn't gone through a manual approval process barring those that we have given the ability to bypass the queue to.
Why tho?
In a way everyone that visits the site could be a "sprite reviewer", it could save time for everyone and make the site in general more fast paced...
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btw i don't know if it's me but the profile page seems broken


RE: Suggestions - Petie - 04-23-2018

Because if we show unreviewed content, it defeats the purpose of having a queue at all. The queue isn't just there for quality control (that's the bulk of it but not all) - it's also there to filter out spam or things like submission of porn.

As for the profile page, it took a little while but I finally figured out the problem and I'm working on it. Should have it resolved shortly.


RE: Suggestions - Kendotlibero - 04-23-2018

that's what i'm suggesting, to get rid of the queue.
If someone postes porn or genrally vandalize the site i'm certain that it would be noticied in 2 seconds by the uberbase, while allowing trusted people to post sheets waaay faster.
The actual system now is slow and generally reviewing sheets is pretty time consuming.
Mods are in the right when they don't want to review another of my "Generic Anime Girl #20810 (Bikini)" from "Give me all your bucks for a rare jpeg desu!!!!(JPN)" , so why bother if some problems show up?