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  1. Folks, as a reminder, please recall that we have two ways to quote text built into our software. If you want to quote a previous post in its entirety, then use the "quote" button at the lower left corner of that post. Only use this button to quote short posts -- DO NOT use it to quote long posts that have lots of photos in them! Those redundant posts unnecessarily hog bandwidth and are a pain to have to scroll past. If you wish to quote a shorter section of a long post, then click and highlight (left click-and-hold + drag) that portion of text; when you let off the mouse
  2. Please. Just don't do it. Maybe someday but for now don't as it causes issues with those looking for ships. I am and will be removing tags from non-ship models effective immediately.
  3. Hey, folks! You may have noticed that our non-ship/non-categorized build logs area has become rather popular. With that in mind, a couple of things need to be pointed out. This area was added by popular demand, but since it's not directly related to our main mission and calling, i.e. ship models, it doesn't get quite the same amount of attention from staff as our other forum areas. This is mainly seen in the lack of consistency in build log titles in this area. In the main forum, we police your titles and edit them to conform to our naming conventions, but it's a lit
  4. Hi all, All members of MSW are entitled to publish their kit reviews in this area. It isn't just a privilege for staff members. We want a collective voice as to the evaluation of kits, both old and new. However, there are some very simple guidelines that really must be adhered to in order for this section to work as designed. Also, all kits under review must be un-started. This is the only balanced way to get an overall initial feel for the kit. Kit reviews must: Give an initial assessment of the overall package with regards to standard and presentation.
  5. Hey, folks! Have you noticed that we now have 37 pages of gallery albums in kit builds alone? That's awesome!! Unfortunately, the gallery hasn't gotten quite the amount of scrutiny that other areas of the forum have received -- it's sort of like the wild, wild west of MSW (we even found some spam that slipped in there under the radar!). One simple thing that we can all do to make the gallery more user-friendly is to think for a moment about what should go in a gallery album title. In my own experience, whenever I use the search feature for the gallery, I'm looking for t
  6. Ladies and Gentlemen, We have had a recent rash of what I call "teaser titles" -- vague topic titles that require users to click on the topic in order to find out what the real subject matter is. Take note that this is both annoying and contrary to the forum posting guidelines. All such titles will be edited by staff to conform to guidelines. Thanks!
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