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I am going to express I HATE THIS NEw CODE THING. . . I can't use it only thing I got down is the header and that is it. I can't use size color or anything else. . . .I DON'T LIKE THIS and I wish for the old codes back
  Dragon-wiccan / lunalight / 4y 7d 10h 41m 21s
I think I figured it out. Instead of adding the bold inside of the specified font, you add if from the outside
so, instead of

This is a test.

you would do

(font This is a Test.)

This is the result.


before: [google-font http://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Lora']
[lora [b This is a Test.]]
after:[google-font http://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Lora']
[b [lora This is a Test.]]

hope that helped, haha.

Though the only problem I seem to find is the fact that after adding the font in, it automatically inserts a line break. Is there any reason for that?
  vashti / -Sakura- / 4y 8d 15h 1m 0s
[font "PoorRichard" What is with the [b bold] and [i italic] not staying in the font specified? Being OCD like I am, it's kind of annoying.]
  -design / 4y 9d 6h 59m 10s
Exactly, the coding isn't working for me either. I'm not certain if there's a problem with the code itself of if I'm using it wrongly, but I depend on different types of coding to help me differentiate between different characters and actions, so this leaves my posts a little undefinable. I've looked at the thread and tested out different methods but it doesn't seem to be working for me.

[+red Edit!] False alarm, I've fixed it, haha.
  un || fortunate / -Sakura- / 4y 10d 11h 35m 31s
That perhaps might be the problem. But every now and then, the new coding won't work on my permenant posts, and as soon as I reload the thread it works. Sorry I can't be of much help, but as for now not everything is running on the new coding. Jimmy is doing his best, I'm sure.
  Cynthia / NamaeDesuka / 4y 10d 12h 3m 4s
I understand that we are using the new coding but its not working for meeeee.....i also use firefox too...
  Izumi / Lilshiro1 / 4y 11d 16h 7m 5s
I have been trying to use the new coding on permanent posts in several chats and post videos but it won't work. I also am trying the old coding on my profile and it won't work. What am I doing wrong, I have Mozillafirefox as browser, does that have to do with anything?

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5EHy72bNdko]
  Larota Marie Hamato / Larota-Hamato / 4y 13d 2h 55m 27s
I have been using the new code system all day and they do not work...
  Ramona Faye / Zebra / 4y 13d 10h 31m 27s
As for now, my profile is still in the previous coding, which probablyeans you can't edit your profiles in the new coding yet.
  Cynthia / NamaeDesuka / 4y 13d 13h 4m 43s
[center [pic http://i1123.photobucket.com/albums/l560/Strawberry-Peak-Kerri/Heterochromia_by_hitotoki-1_zps27799733.jpg]]

[center [size13 [#626262 Renegade | Female | Scorpio | Tiger]]]

Why cant we edit our profiles?
  <3 / vilify / 4y 13d 21h 46m 13s
I like it. Just saying my vote is that it's fine. It looks more efficient too.
I understand, I'm not trying to come off bitching lol. Things change throughout time. It just seems this is all done for a handful of people, and not the generality of the entire site. How many out of the members will actually utilize these new changes on a daily basis? Not just the simple basic coding, but the more advanced details. Not everyone will care for this update and new code, as not everyone is into that. Again, it's just my honest opinion. If there is one thing I've learned on this site, is that opinions honestly have no value what so ever. Anyways, I'll get over it and adjust to the brackets and the other simple coding commands, as these will be the only coding that the majority of the site will see.
  Shinn / IronWolf / 4y 14d 47m 9s
Actually, now this bracket thing is not working at all for me with my firefox and I am not so thinking the coding thing I agreed to is a good idea. I thing the old coding was better.Never mind what I said. I am having trouble with movies in permanent posts in threads and can't get my profile edited.
  Larota Marie Hamato / Larota-Hamato / 4y 14d 55m 47s
New ES formatting allows CSS and multiple lines of code to be formatted by the same tags. These are major features. Old ESRP changed formatting once or twice and old old ES had a different formatting all together. This is just how we roll.
  Webmaster / 4y 14d 56m 31s
I've been a member since the old ES, I've been faithful to the site, and I've never stirred up trouble. But I think changing up the coding to use the brackets is a bit of an annoyance. Having to hold shift parentheses really wasn't a time consuming ordeal. OOC could have just been used in brackets in rps, or simply [b OOC: etc]. Breaking the habit that most of es is fond of/used to, to adjust to this new coding is more time consuming than the old coding. Was it really that much of a big deal? Or is it just because a handful of people wanted new things added to the coding? Either way, just wanted to express my opinion on the matter, not that it really matters anyways. Hope there isn't too much more over the horizon that we'll have to get used to.

-Aion
  Shinn / IronWolf / 4y 14d 1h 1m 23s
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