• RE: Reddit

    @oklol123 most of it is s**t
    find the gold there

    posted in BrowseDNS
  • RE: Reddit

    i hate reddit with a passion, ngl 💀

    posted in BrowseDNS
  • RE: Reddit

    @AnthonyXeno libredd.it is a selfhostable service to let you view reddit w/out ads,trackers etc
    there are many instances so feel free to google some

    posted in BrowseDNS
  • RE: Reddit

    what is breddit?

    posted in BrowseDNS
  • RE: Reddit

    slightly irrelevant but for viewing i find libredd.it quicker and easier on the eyes
    doesnt have a login system tho 😞

    posted in BrowseDNS
  • RE: Reddit

    Oh sorry for late reply i use PMs now its not as good as DMs but i manage

    posted in BrowseDNS
  • Posting profile pictures

    Recommended for new users

    New users who stick to this website want to change their profile pictures, but some people are on switch. Here's how to change your profile if you are on switch:

    First, select your profile in the top right corner of the screen.

    Select "edit profile," and then scroll down to the bottom, where you see an avatar search.

    Search whatever you want in the avatar box, and select the desired picture.

    Scroll back up, where you see an option to change your picture. Select this.

    From there, select "Upload Picture from URL" and click "Paste." (if the "paste" option does not show up, log out of your account and try again)

    The URL should show up in the box displayed, and select "OK." Your picture will show up, and you can crop and rotate it however you want. Once you're done, select "Upload." Your picture should load perfectly fine and display without a problem.

    PLEASE NOTE: Certain themes may cause certain pictures not to show up at all. Example: Black and white pictures don't show up well (or at all) on dark backgrounds. Choose your theme and picture wisely.

    posted in BrowseDNS
  • RE: Any way to apply for moderator?

    @VGMoose This is great!

    posted in BrowseDNS
  • RE: Any way to apply for moderator?

    I'd love to get some more formal requirements. Nintendo NSider forums (the first forums I used as a kid) used to have a rank called a "Sage", which had moderating permissions and was for members who met the below criteria:

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    ...Not saying that it would be this exactly, but something along these lines was a really cool way to both get new mods and keep the peace around the forum. (For context, there was a category on NSider for posting game reviews, so that was kind of like a chance to demonstrate writing skills, in addition to the user's post history).

    posted in BrowseDNS