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 Getting Familiar with Jcink, An Important Announcement
Nikolai Jakov
 Posted: May 5 2014, 10:45 AM
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Hello, all! First, we would like to thank everyone who has contributed to this community by simply signing up. We love to see familiar faces and also appreciate your help by spreading the word. Hopefully, we expand into something much more than initially imagined.

It's good to assume that most of us are not familiar with the Jcink boards, so here's a little explanation of how to use it. This host does not use the same coding format that CBR has, which means tags cannot be added with a simple CTRL+ function. Unfortunately, you either have to press the buttons or type in the tags manually. However, Jakov is working on a way to add BBC coding onto CBRév, so until then, we just have to be patient. Hopefully, it isn't too much of an issue, but if it is, we will be no more than gladly to help you out.

Reading the small print around the site, we would like to bring up some topics of concern before members stumble upon it themselves. Jcink allows the possibility of PM Logging. Now, this is the option for the moderators to log and store personal messages that are made on this board. While making a PM, you will see this warning: "Privacy warning: PM contents may be logged or monitored." We would like to ensure you that the staff here highly values privacy and transparency and would like to let you know that the moment of this discovery, we have immediately disabled the option to log PMs. As of now, the only thing that is logged is moderator activity.

We, ourselves, don't really understand why Jcink had made this a possibility, but if you are still wary, we can help you find other means of communication. Again, we apologize about this, but are doing are best to avoid it.

We're sure that there will be more questions regarding the use of the site-- anywhere from how to post a video to how to add an avatar-- and we will be here to answer them. If you do have questions, suggestions, ideas, comments, or anything else to contribute to the site, you can post them here at the Bulletin Board.
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