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Non-english section
#1
While I know for the most part this forum is of natively english speakers, not everyone here is. We have a section for the guide translated into multi-languages, why not a section for help in those same languages? I'm not the best with words, but I hope you understand my suggestion.
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#2
No it won't happen,simply because we would need moderators talking those languages to moderate that section. Which we obviously don't.
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#3
I'm sure you could find several users on the fourm that do, but sometimes they're more or less self-modded by the users. (have seen this happen in quite a few places) isn't there a way to add special mods for just those sections? (I know there was on some forum software, but I don't know about this one)
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#4
There are,but as you said these are users. I won't trust users with moderating powers just for some non-english section.
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#5
well, you could alwys try leaving it self-modded, and just check for ISO links and bios talk and such, and see what happens
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#6
(02-23-2009, 11:22 PM)Saiki Wrote: well, you could alwys try leaving it self-modded, and just check for ISO links and bios talk and such, and see what happens

They could not check what a German or so would write. When I say

Du dummer spacko, geh sterben
(You stupid retard, die!)*EXAMPLE*

Then no one could recognize this, you see?
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#7
that's true, to a point. but others users in those sections would. and um.. "dummer" is kinda obvious lol
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#8
People, it's not going to happen, ever XD
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#9
never say never, it's bound to Tongue

(least in my experience)
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#10
I can assur you, it's really never XD
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