DUTOIT So you are telling me not to post and be active on scirra?
Well that's not the first time that you have been asked to be more considerate about your posting, right ?
Now you are catching a glimpse at the image of yourself you are sending to other members with your relentless and sometime thoughtless posts.
A young fiery guy who does not take the time to think through before posting. That's not the first time you've been warned about it, now deal with it.
By the way this topic is in the open topic forum so I can post anything I want but ofcourse keeping it civil as it says. If it is an open topic I can make topics for "What is your fave color" and I shouldn't be judged.
You'll be judged. Open topic doesn't mean "I can post anything for the sole purpose of posting".
As always, keep it considerate. TO be fair if I see a "Your fave color" topic by you, I'll delete it. Because first, you'll likely be the only one to have posted in it. And second, it makes nothing but bringing noise to the forums. Forums which don't need that. And you've already been told about this as well in the past.
What about doing a bit of research on subjects before posting about them Naji ?
That's not the first time I have to tell you this either by the way. I must admit I'm really getting tired of your act. I'd appreciate if you could grow up a bit.
I know you're young, but damn when I was your age I hadn't the wealth of informations the internet now is. You do. Make use of it !
When I did not know a word I had to open a big book called "dictionary" to look definitions into it.
On the internet, there are translation tools that can provide you the answer in a matter of seconds it takes you to input the keyword.
USE THE TOOLS AT YOUR DISPOSAL ! Search engines, online dictionaries, translation tools, wealth of documentation about actual computers stuff...
And to get back on the initial subject.
How fun would it be if I were to go to your lightbulb studio page and change your logo with a picture of a naked man ? Huh, I guess you wouldn't laugh at it.
So now you have your answer about letting anyone modify anything on the net without the single bit of control over it.
People are responsible for what they put online, there is a reason for it. And as responsible for this content, it shouldn't be possibly modified by someone else without consent or they knowing about it.