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Well I assume you are speaking of when I told you we don't support other peoples guides here. I suggested you follow a Wiihacks guide because it seemed to me that you were asking for help...not suggesting something to another user. So If I had realized you weren't asking for help that would not have been my reply. There are many users that come here and post guides from other sites and expect us to read them and help them. So if that was an oversight on my end I apologize..but you did say you were having problems with covers, that is why I interpreted it as a request for help.
Edit: Also your original Reply before you edited it was " Opps Wrong Thread"...so I'm not sure why you have just now edited it.
Last edited by Krank; 06-01-2010 at 09:22 PM.
Damn I suck!!!!
Made for post #9
Alright you're entitled to your opinion, but tone it down. You don't like how we operate here go somewhere else. There's no sense in getting personal with us over a disagreement on your end. Keep it up and this thread will be shut down (in my opinion it's probably headed there pretty soon anyway).
"I think that the Wii is a beautiful piece of hardware, and a broken Wii is a tragedy. It doesn’t matter why or how." -- Bushing
Ok, your questions have been answered, Yet you still don't get it. Since you probably never will, or just like to argue. There are plenty of other forums that like that sort of thing, along with the other guides you think you need to be a part of.
My suggestion is, if you don't like wiihacks, leave wiihacks.
Look, site use or participation is voluntary. If you feel you get a better shake and another site is more "open minded," by all means go there. Stay here. Check both. No one arm twists you to committ to any one thing. Our users and staff do support our own guides. We have no problem with a user (whether visitor or otherwise) using another guide --- just don't come here and complain if things don't work out quite right. That statement is a generalization, not meant in specific to you --- but this is so often the case with a user coming here seeking answers for a failed guide.
My post count was (I think well over 3,000) when made a junior mod. Here's what the site does: its unpaid staff keeps an eye on things. We deal with the good and bad. We recruit users who have constructively contributed and have a presence here. Krank, while not staff at the time, is a good illustration of a prospect. How good of a policy would it be to recruit a staff member with 30 posts and has contribution-wise, questionable value to the site as a whole?
As far as deleting, editing, or removing posts or fragments of a given post, this is a reserved right of staff as stated in the rules (the ones you accepted as an end-user 4/30/10). There are legitimate reasons for doing so. Bad/wrong advice is one such example. Links to pirated material is another. Flaming or taunting a member or staff member. The legitimate functions go on and on. Nothing personal in most cases, it's an issue of judgment on a case-by-case basis.