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Woodsman last won the day on December 28 2015

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About Woodsman

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    Just call me Al
  • Birthday 11/15/1956

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    Ripon, Wisconsin
  • Interests
    Fishing, Outdoor life, hunting. Not because I am a not sportsman, but the peacefulness and relaxation that comes with it.

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  1. Copyright

    In a nutshell, For those who wish not to see the IPS Copyright or any other just pay for the removal, BANG! its Gone! Personally like many others I don't mind the copyright being there for a few of reasons. It shows legitimacy. I own the full version suite rather than one that is pirated. I own quality rather than some lesser brand with lesser support. Security for those visiting or purchasing from my site A funny thing that I see reoccurring over the copyright issue is that no matter how many times this is brought up it up, those that complain are still using the product as is.
  2. Copyright

    Another way to look at the copyright is proof of purchase and or legitimacy. When you hover over or click on a copyright it takes you to the creator(s) site of that software where as a nulled pirated version they are dead and the links removed. With this said you have the comfort of knowing the site(s) you frequent are as legitimate as your own.
  3. Copyright

    Yes it is true that when you add your link to another site or domain with the intent to draw traffic to your site is advertisement. A copyright may seem to be advertising to some but in reality, it is in a way a call back to its origin of ownership.
  4. Copyright

    The IPS copyright was never intended to be used as an advertising ploy though when you click on the link it will bring you here more as proof of origin rather than an advertisement. You can always construct a sub footer like the one here if you are looking at a need to advertise others wares. Just like IPS all other software like Invision have their own copyright notifications used in the same way for the same purposes. Just as developers and theme designers do for IPS or otherwise, they are intended as proof of development origin and ownership.
  5. I agree with Rikki, This is a Yahoo issue. I have had people with Yahoo accounts send me mail where they needed to send multiple times just to push the first one through. Theses same people would then send the same via GMail and Microsoft, where I received the content immediately.
  6. Visitors can pm?

    Had the same issue show up as an email.... clicked the IPS return - Nothing there... Go back to email - DELETE! Fixed.
  7. From the designers point of view the work load is much greater per theme. There is the main theme, Responsiveness that have to work with all systems Desktop, laptop, tablets and an array of phones. Now add in the Admin panel that uses the front end templates and css files. These have to work side by side with each other without issue. And lets not forget the editor.... So by the time this is all said and done you have 4 to 5 themes rather than the one from yesterdays technology. So I can just only imagine what the developers like @Adriano Faria and @Mike John have to go through. And lets not forget the support both developers and designers need to keep on top of.
  8. There back to a younger me, a little mysterious and less frightening.

  9. Favorite Browser?

    Don't care for any of them to be honest they all have their serious issues. But for theme development I use Firefox Developers edition, no need for firebug or any other plugins to hamper things.
  10. Though while driving anyone in the vehicle is considered a captive audience..... So far everyone claims to like my music and singing voice...... At 100 mph
  11. I hate lipsync.... Hard to hear myself when I have a CD running.... LOL!!!!!!! Then Again Then nor would anyone else and with some that may go in my favor....
  12. Except where he says " Well I finally made 40 and still wearing jeans" I changed to "Well I finally passed 50 and still wearing jeans" My favorite guitar riff completely took the audience by storm
  13. Never could stand the noise.... I have a simple philosophy on this.... If the melody is good, all the instruments can be heard and the words tell a story worth remembering then it is music.
  14. Well seeing you are bringing up a blast from the past @kar3n2 from 68' and 71' here is one that was popular in 62' Old AM radios and black & white televisions. Not everyone had or knew about FM or color....
  15. If they are typing it wrong in the first place they have 3 choices, 1. After 3 wrong attempts they have a 3 minute wait before trying again which can also be altered by an admin for less or more wait time. 2. They can follow the instructions for a "Lost Password". 3. They can ask an admin to reset it with a temporary password. One thing people forget and that is to change their passwords periodically.... This has been Good security sense from the beginning of the internet. So I would think twice before using any application that required same passwords.