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Tiger

Active Members
#1
Through some exstensive testing, it seems the Forums don't like some words... So far, the only word we found that it won't let you post is
Code:
curl
Yeh, don't ask my why... But apparently because it's used in programming languages, it won't let you use that word...

If you get an error,
Error said:
> Forbidden

You don't have permission to access /modules.php on this server.

Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use
an ErrorDocument to handle the request.
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Apache/1.3.33 Server at www.yserbius.org Port 80
Then it's more then likely a word that is being rejected... If you have any problems or questions, please let us know and we'll help ya trouble shoot the error.
 

LadyChina

Inactive Members
#2
*grabs Webster's Dictionary, flips to the "A"s.*

This could take awhile, Tiger - but I'll find all the unacceptable words.

*starts typing*
 

Tiger

Active Members
#4
Another update on this.... HTML IS enabled, so if you type in an action like.
Code:
<I walk across the room butt ass naked>
Your whole line will be gone and anything that you type after that will look like this....Italic.

Why, you may ask? Well, if you know HTML, you'll know why... But for those of you that may not, the
Code:
[i]
causes the text that follows to be italic. Thus, the HTML sees the <i in my sentence and says, "Oh! HTML, I know this language." But ignores the rest of my line, making everything else Italic.

So you may what to make use of the Disable HTML in this post, located under the text box you type your message in. Of course, this only applies if you use use the < when declaring an action like <i run around the bar>. This isn't just limited to <i. So if you see something strange in your post, like your missing a line of declared action, you may want to try Disabling HTML in your post, see if that corrects it.
 

Lord_Cie

Inactive Members
#5
I bought this nice surfboard last year, and now as it gathers dust in my garage, I wish it were summer again so I could go to the beach and shoot the --

 
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