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It's nice to read your thoughts, Miyuri. ;) And revisiting the pretty much emotionally driven ones of mine I realize they sounded way more know it all than originally intended.

I also do realize you guys are experiencing a real problem but for whatever reason I opted for the glass half full standpoint. It could well be because as a new member it's a promising community to engage with and for some reason I feel even a single thank you badge more personal than what I'm used to all over the interwebz today. Obviously I don't have the contrast you with any history have so I'm a classic case of ignorance is bliss and I know that from the first word.

Just some food for thought, though, many quiet people full of love and a need for interaction is just many quiet people full of love and a need for interaction, alone. It depends on you what this community becomes.

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I'm pretty new here as well, and have no history to compare to, but I have to say, I've never in all my years on the internet (which started with a 56k modemon a machine running windows 95 that had a super big 1GB hard drive) felt at home in a community. ColourLovers is literally the first community where I have felt at home. I too get giddy every time I get a notification or a note or even if one of my colours is used by someone. I literally cried when dear hana passed away, even though to the best of my reckoning we never crossed paths. I worry about ycc2106, even though the last time she was online, I had not even discovered CL yet. I ColourStalk Durratino, Anonymuse, eighteyed, and Fra. patiently waiting for their next great works of art. . .

Maybe the community is too big - when compared to five years ago. . . maybe it is hard to connect with other people in a meaningful lasting way, but I love this place and feel true value in my presence here and am in constant awe of the incredible people here and the beautiful ways in which we have to get to know them in a deeper way than any other place we could meet them.



[email protected] wrote:
It's nice to read your thoughts, Miyuri. ;) And revisiting the pretty much emotionally driven ones of mine I realize they sounded way more know it all than originally intended.

I also do realize you guys are experiencing a real problem but for whatever reason I opted for the glass half full standpoint. It could well be because as a new member it's a promising community to engage with and for some reason I feel even a single thank you badge more personal than what I'm used to all over the interwebz today. Obviously I don't have the contrast you with any history have so I'm a classic case of ignorance is bliss and I know that from the first word.

Just some food for thought, though, many quiet people full of love and a need for interaction is just many quiet people full of love and a need for interaction, alone. It depends on you what this community becomes.
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howla
howla
Posted 6 hours ago
Trixxie wrote:
Have you tried another browser, like Google Chrome? I just tried Firefox and BPM (basic palette maker) worked fine and BPM also worked fine with Chrome. How about Photocopa? Have you tried making palettes that way? I'm just trying to help - I know it can be frustrating.

I understand you are. We're all frustrated. :)
I seemed able to make a basic palette in IE, but some of the pages on the site (like the homepage and login) take so long to load that they occasionally just lock up and stay blank. Other ones load quickly. I don't have Chrome on this computer, - I'd have to try it later on my laptop when I can access it.

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ginnysister
Posted 15 hours ago
I am very pleased to see that the spam problem is being addressed and agree with Edith re being patient while these changes are taking place and also concur that some form of communication by those behind the scenes would be nice and greatly appreciated.
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OrigamiMei
OrigamiMei
Posted 17 hours ago
I have to admit that the lack of badges has actually been pretty nice. At times, I'm not a fan of the flood of badges on the sidebar. It's nice to not have some creations shoved in my face over and over again.
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Trixxie
Trixxie
Posted 22 hours ago
Have you tried another browser, like Google Chrome? I just tried Firefox and BPM (basic palette maker) worked fine and BPM also worked fine with Chrome. How about Photocopa? Have you tried making palettes that way? I'm just trying to help - I know it can be frustrating.
howla wrote:
So, it let me make a palette today - a basic palette, once. The second I tried to make, I had the same issue of the create button not registering as a button.
howla
howla
Posted 1 day ago
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