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How are we implementing the SMG2.5 forums?
One category
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Multiple categories
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Separate forum listing on forum index
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Separate tab for SMG2.5
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Entirely separate board
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StapleButter
Posted on 12-02-12 09:10 AM Link | #1301
We need to decide on the best way to implement the SMG2.5 forums into Kuribo64.


1. One category

Basically what's implemented right now. The simplest method, however it feels really small, even with subforums. The SMG2.5 forums should remain larger.

2. Multiple categories

We'd add multiple categories for the SMG2.5 forums in the category listing. It would work but it would feel messy.

3. Separate forum listing on forum index

The SMG2.5 forums would be listed in a separate box, placed under the main forums box, or above it, or next to it. I'm not too fond of this idea either.

4. Separate tab for SMG2.5

This is what cosmological suggested. A SMG2.5 tab would be added next to the Forums tab, that would show the SMG2.5 forums.

What I don't like, though, is that it'd require duplicating all the general forums. Or having them show up on both pages. It could feel weird.

5. Entirely separate board

What it says. We'd make the SMG2.5 board an entirely separate ABXD board. The ties between the two boards wouldn't be as strong, however.

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Tahcryon
Posted on 12-02-12 09:13 AM Link | #1302
I'll have to say #4- Separate tab

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shibboleet
Posted on 12-02-12 09:13 AM Link | #1303
#4 is my choice.

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MoreCowbell
Posted on 12-02-12 10:36 AM Link | #1304
Seperate tab

Stygmax
Posted on 12-02-12 12:51 PM Link | #1310
Agreed. Preferably with a different background, I prefer the one we're using on ProBoards.

Not to sound greedy or anything, we're grateful to our hosts. :)
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NWPlayer123
Posted on 12-02-12 12:55 PM Link | #1311
Well I did make my own theme that is kinda like it.

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Stygmax
Posted on 12-02-12 01:04 PM Link | #1312
That is INSANELY GOOD. My mouth is watering.
Status: It was really, really fun, guys - thanks for the ride!

StapleButter
Posted on 12-02-12 01:27 PM Link | #1313
Try to keep this on topic, guys. This is about how we implement the SMG2.5 forums, not themes.

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Stygmax
Posted on 12-02-12 02:32 PM Link | #1314
Alright, sorry.
Status: It was really, really fun, guys - thanks for the ride!

Tahcryon
Posted on 12-03-12 12:30 AM Link | #1325
I guess this thread should be locked now, since we applied the change :3

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[04/15/2018]gridatttack: I still think the whole smg2.5 team are still in middle school lol
[04/15/2018]gridatttack: and they are 14yrs old
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cosmological: There's no one in Russia who doesn't agree with Putin, probably because his ideas are that great



StapleButter
Posted on 12-03-12 03:25 AM Link | #1327
Right.

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