Please read before starting a new thread!
Posted 10 February 2005 - 01:14 PM
1. Is it about MVP 2005? Any threads about MLB 2005 or ESPN etc. should be created in the Left Field forum.
2. Is your potential thread about a new MVP 2005 video? If it is, post it in the MVP 2005 video topic instead of creating a new thread.
3. Search the forum to make sure the information you are about to post hasn't been posted already. It's also a good idea to make sure it hasn't been posted recently by having a look through the other threads on the first page of this forum.
Hopefully, if these rules are adhered to, we can clean the forum up a little.
Posted 11 March 2005 - 03:25 PM
4. There is no need at all, ever, to create your post using uppercase (Or capital) letters. Any threads that have their titles in all uppercase or are posted in all uppercase will be locked.
5. I've said it once, I'll say it again. Search the forum before posting something. Being lazy isn't an excuse, so none of this "I'm too lazy to search, so I just thought I'd post it" crap. Search. I'll be locking anything remotely obvious.
6. If you have a PC problem, take it to Left Field. Don't post here. It's most likely got nothing to do with MVP and will end up being moved, so do us a favour and put it in the correct forum yourself.
Posted 19 March 2005 - 09:04 PM
The limitations on avatars and signatures don't only apply in the Left Field and MLB forums. These, and all the rules in the rules thread are effective globally throughout the forums.
Just so that no-one can say they didn't see it or couldn't find them, the rules are located at http://www.mvpmods.com/?name=Rules.
The limit on avatars is 120x120 and the limit on signatures is 475x125 with 1 image.
Posted 25 March 2005 - 03:56 AM
No "bumping". If your thread is going downhill, there is a reason for it. You do not "bump" topics. It's just spam and anyone who does it will be receiving a warning for spamming.
Also, there is no need to attract undue attention to a thread you create.
Reading the new FAQ I posted, located here can't hurt either. You will find a lot of the most frequently asked questions addressed there.
Finally, there is no need to use multiple exclamation or question marks in your thread titles.
Posted 05 August 2005 - 06:55 AM
If you have a question about a certain mod, are having trouble getting the game, or a particular mod or program, to work, post it in the MVP 2005 Support forum.
If you have a question about using a certain mod on a console, put it in the - this one might be hard to understand - CONSOLES forum.
If you have anything to discuss that has nothing to do with MVP 2005, don't put it in this forum. Don't put it in any of the MVP forums. Put it in Left Field, where it belongs. If you don't have access to Left Field, don't post it. Anywhere. This includes, but is not limited to; charity requests, discussions of unrelated games, requests for images to be made and discussions of other sports.
And search before posting!
Posted 17 August 2005 - 10:09 PM
And if you feel that you absolutely MUST make a thread on it, at least put it in the corect forum, the Forum & Site Issues forum (ever wonder why it's called that?) and not the MVP forums. Come on, engage your brain.
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