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O MY DEAR LORD I WAS RIGHT

Jan 20, 2001, 3:54pm
Hi everybody, I never post in this NG actually. I think that also many foreign
words are mispelled because they were 'translated' into English..no one says a
word about that, but they still are very incorrect and give the idea of deep
ignorance. There is a standard English that many mother tongue ppl do not even
speak in those NG, so it is hard for foregners to figure out about 100 different
slangs or languages (British English, American English, Australian
English....etc). I agree to correct a mispelled English is very helpful,
personally I appreciate it very much. I do not agree with beign rude or bashing
people for that, I do not also agree with thinking that English is the only
language, because at least foregners can speak 2 or more different languages,
which I believe at least give you the opportunity to open your mind to the
world.
icey

[View Quote] > There's a very big difference between trying to do what you can to speak
> correct english (even when you fail), and intentionally messing up what you
> write. In the former case, people are willing to put in some effort to find
> out what is said, because the writer has put in effort to be understandable.
> In the latter case, people won't care. And why should they. So, if someone
> tries, you can help with friendly notes about grammar and spelling, and by
> trying to figure out what is said. If someone obviously doesn't try, bash
> him until he does. (And don't start about typo's. If a word is spelled
> incorrectly once, it could be a typo. Only if it is spelled incorrectly more
> than once in the same way, it might be worth a note.)
>
> Rolu
>
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Jun 13, 1998, 8:53am
Well Marvin I don't think it will be so easy unless doing that only for
English language, AW is an international enviroment and for example bad
words in my language (Italian) are very very complex and quite impossible to
be codified. Anyway it's a good idea and it could be a good start as the
average AW population speaks English ( I think ...)
icey:-)

[View Quote] > I got a real simple solution to the whole thing. And the Browser is the
> key! All we need is a file that is used to list any text string we do
> not want to view in our personal copy of the Browser. Sort of the
> reverse of the new user defined "message" file. When the browser sees
> the listed character string ( on a sign, an AVs name, in the chat
> stream, embedded within a stream... etc.) it could replace it with other
> characters! So simple! For example, if you had "Shit" on the list and
> anyone chatted it within your browsers range the browser could find it
> on the list file and replace it with " at !*$" or maybe "!!!!" or whatever!
> Maybe even have another word the user could define in the file for the
> substitute! For example "Shit=#2". Then when someone chats "Eat Shit"
> you get "Eat #2". The vulgarity is not diminished for the sender, and
> they look stupid to those that are listening. Have the Browser install a
> default "alias.txt" file for all the words that COF thinks or offensive.
> Delete the file, delete a line from the file, to get back to the real
> nasty free AW!
>
> What do you think people? Should we put Roland to work on this one for
> Beta build 259?
>
> Or is there some idiot that thinks there is something politically
> incorrect with this idea too!

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Jun 13, 1998, 9:01am
Well , if they are the only two most pop bad words you can manage ...I think
that it wouldn't be a big deal finding all the "similars"..the prob is there
are languages with thousans bad words or millions bad phrases...so what do you
do ..
icey:-)


[View Quote] > I hate to be rude, so please ONLY take this in context, but to make it as
> fukin' clear as I possibly can, I would like to say that you just can't
> imagine the kind if schit some doinks will go through just to get in a few
> funking swear words, and it don't really matter weather or not it help to
> get their point across, or what the hëll they're trying to say since it's
> how the fück they say it that makes the difference... if you know what I
> mean. Even so, all things considered, I still think it's a pretty fukcing
> good idea. :·)
> Actually, the idea of a text highlighter has been brought up before, to
> watch for important words, so if that was implimented, it should be no
> fuucking problem to add this idea as a part of the other.
>
> TechnoZeus
>
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Jun 14, 1998, 11:11am
Yes sure, write to: roland at activeworlds.com
icey

[View Quote] > Would you be willing to copy this over to wishlist, maybe even
> worldbuilders where your most excellent idea would be more readily seen by
> the more technologically "endowed" people? Especially try to talk to
> Roland. USER control is absolutely the most sensible and amenable means of
> dealing with what we, each individual, finds offensive.
>
> In article <3582A01C.5D8E at constant.com>, marvin at constant.com says...

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Jun 14, 1998, 6:16pm
Well I am not a technician maybe Marvin's idea is difficult to carry out, I
don't know anyway ..I mean.. you're all talkative ...few words but good let's
start from there ..it's not all but some words out ..which ones? The most
popular.
icey:-)

[View Quote] > While it is important to consider the addition of a filter, we need to keep
> in mind also the fact that aside from insulating children from "reality" the
> issue of "bad words" is just a barely significant piece of the bigger
> problems of verbal abuse to other users, and percieved or intended
> agression.
>
> In the first case, we have the biggest of the problems, which is verbal
> abuse. To intentionally hurt someone through the things you say does no
> good for anyone, and yet enough people do it to make many people just plain
> give up on finding someone nice to talk with. By blocking so called "bad
> language" from the browsers of experienced users who have learned to operate
> a (as of yet non-existant) new feature to block words of their choice, we
> push aside the issue of abuse, and "may" actually allow the problem for new
> users to get much worse while those who would otherwise speak up fail to
> even notice it. Also, verbal abuse does not always contain text strings
> that could readily be associated with "abusive language" or "bad words" and
> in fact may look perfectly normal and harmless to even the most
> sophisticated filter routines. For example, if you were told that the
> photograph of yourself that you had hanging in your home looked like
> something from a frightning movie, and that with your looks and your brains,
> you would be best off to get a lobotomy and a face transplant, I doubt you
> would be very happy with the person who said such things, and in fact may
> leave feeling hurt and depressed... but it's unlikely that any filter would
> save you from it, and even if one did, you would look pretty silly thanking
> the person for such a nice compliment.
>
> The second problem I wanted to address is that of percieved or intended
> agression. Some people type in all lower case, and may think a person is
> yelling at them if a single word is typed in all caps, while other people
> feel that if they don't type in all caps, they won't be heard. Likewise,
> some people feel that without the use of profanity, they sound as if they
> don't "REALLY" mean what they're saying, while other people may percieve the
> use of a single foul word as a direct and very personal attack.
>
> In my opinion, the biggest part of the solution can only come one way.
> Those of us who have been around Active Worlds long enough to recognize the
> problem have to do our best to keep from adding to it, and to newbies what
> they need to know in order to communicate effectively and cooperate
> peacefully, as well as to teach each other, and learn from everyone. We
> can't expect someone visiting Active Worlds for the first time to understand
> why it's better to communicate a certain way, or even what ways are better.
> For that matter, we can't even expect all of the "experienced" users to have
> figured it out. What we can do, is pass on what we know in a friendly
> manor, and listen carefully to the people around us so that each of us can
> learn to get along better in this new section of reality we're all helping
> to define... and it wouldn't hurt to apply that same principle to the
> older, more familliar parts of reality too. After all, we ARE the future.
>
> TechnoZeus
>
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ATTACK OF THE KILLER TRIANGLES (I think)

May 31, 1998, 10:41am
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Yes the first time I landed on AW I also had that prob...I was expecting
a 3D enviroment and instead I had a bunch of triangles:-( but now that
is one of my best rememberings...as facter wrote..it was due to proxy I
didn't set AW browser properly.
icey:-)

[View Quote] > are you running through a proxy server ? have
> you got the settings right ?
>
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Yes the first time I landed on AW I also had that prob...I was expecting
a 3D enviroment and instead I had a bunch of triangles:-( but now that
is one of my best rememberings...as facter wrote..it was due to proxy I
didn't set AW browser properly.
<BR>icey:-)

[View Quote] [View Quote] Everywhere I go I see triangles, triangles and more triangles!!!! It's
like they're invading or something. Everywhere I go I see triangles! Nothing
but triangles! (Except in the worlds I have cached) I DO have 2.0. The
downloads box shows the files I need, sit there for a moment, and goes
on to the next one without downloading. What in the world is going on!?!??!?!!?!??!!?!??!?!
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Volunteers of security

Sep 19, 1998, 12:52pm
~Volunteers of security ~
The net is fun, the net is wide, the net is growing, the net is crowded
of security problems ... I think that a -secure place- nowadays should
be the most requested

In AW there are different ways of showing your virtual name and so your
virtual ID
Tourists="plain writing"
Citizens="bold writing"
Pubblic Speakers="bolder writing"
COF="very bold writing"

A tourist can be complitely anonymous, loging in from an internet caf
A citizen can have given the server only an Email or maybe his name,
address and all his personal informations.

A safe user should be a -traceble person- that's a virtual identity
well known by the server
An unsafe user should be an -untraceble or hardly traceble user- by the
server itself if not for his IP #

A sort of citizen rating could be introduced for those users that are
going to give the server all informations generally requested as to pay
with a credit card or as requested to open an ISP account, like: name,
address, tel. no., ......., pets, shoes size...joking:-)

This in order to show other users that there are safe citizens that do
care for those kind of problems, easily traceble persons by the server
itself, their virtual names could be something like : icey* or
whatever.

So I think that many of us would be very interested in being able to
show other users that they' ve asked for a rating ..and maybe pay some
extra for that...I would ...wouldn't you?

I don't know if AW server will find this a reliable idea and if COF
would appreciate this option, but maybe if many of us are interested COF
will pay attention to this :-)

Thanks a lot for listening
and sorry if my English isn't so good
icey
AW citizen

Re: AV98

Nov 24, 1998, 7:30pm
Thanks Mauz: )
icey

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Protecting Children

Jun 20, 2000, 3:39pm
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Are we doing what the net wants or are we making the net as we like better? Are
we yoking the oxen or is the oxen yoking us? You know the net is unsafe! Welcome
to the net...I am not sure I am believing in the Net God , the net is brand new
because a few years ago many things were not possible, from now on I am sure we
will have some responsabilities
icey

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Protecting Children

Jun 20, 2000, 8:30pm
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LOL
icey

[View Quote] > I think we should ask Al Gore, After all, wasn't it he who said "...I
> am the father of the internet..."?
>
> snickering,
>
> Terry
>
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<br>icey
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AW GUI Idea

Jul 24, 2001, 7:51pm
Are you figuring out the AWAnimators? AWABots Animators, gags, commedies, sci-fi news....
great!
icey

[View Quote] > Then perhaps it would surprise you to learn that at one point in their storied
> history, citizenship purchases made up the *majority* of their income! So why weren't
> they listening to us then?! Because they never cared in the first place.
>
> As for WildAW's "death", that wasn't entirely the community's fault. You can't just
> build a world, leave it as is, and expect a community to spring to life around it.
> There has to be proof that the world is *alive*, meaning things are changing and
> going on all the time. It's exactly the same reason why communities in COFMeta,
> Atlantis, and a ton of other worlds dried up. Because nothing was ever changing, and
> eventually, the novelty wore off. If you want to make worlds active, you have to
> *keep* them active.
>
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Pie....

Jun 24, 2001, 12:41pm
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[View Quote] > A dingo is not a marsupial, its a close relative of dogs and coyotes, and
> they're not very cute.
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Jun 25, 2001, 8:14am
[View Quote] > Testing line length setting:
> aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
> aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

This is the last you posted

[View Quote] > I'm starting to agree with Eep here. Although I didn't know the group would degenerate this much. This group is for general *discussion*.
>
> It's NOT for:
>
> 1) Useless HTML posts
> 2) Useless HTML posts with pictures
> 3) Things that no one wants to here about
> 4) Posts regarding your butt
> 5) Tasteless spamming
>
> ... and the list goes on. Please, people, just use your brain.
>
> Some tips:
>
> Post LINKS to pictures, don't attatch them.
> The same thing goes with files.
> Post something that's interesting or useful (or possibly entertaining).
> Do not post in HTML.

General discussion

Jun 25, 2001, 10:57am
Will he test also the height?

[View Quote] > In order to test the line length setting. At least it's not stupid like "ohoh!! that cat down the street barfed again!! :O"
>
> -Agent1
>
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General discussion

Jun 25, 2001, 6:37pm
As you were making a complaint about intelligent and not intelligent posting I thought better to let you
know, I am not sure your post is scholar enough for the community NG you would need to revise it a little,
for example I would also examine the height and the millimeters to the left and right, I would check font
size and make a report to the postmaster before attemting to send your mail, surely it is a way too weird for
general.d...I feel like laughing...I can't resist..hold me

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General discussion

Jun 25, 2001, 8:49pm
al·co·hol·ic hic up

[View Quote] > My name is Avenger, and i am an Alchoholic

General discussion

Jun 25, 2001, 8:50pm
btw it reminds me your cat's breath problems:)

[View Quote] > al·co·hol·ic hic up
>
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Can headphones cure headaches?

Jun 29, 2001, 11:35am
Rewind
I had a pounding headset earlier, but i had to try out this bass tester cd
for my rumble fx force feedback headache, and the vibrations from my
head gave my headset a little massage, and made my headphones go right
away......

[View Quote] > I had a pounding headache earlier, but i had to try out this bass tester cd
> for my rumble fx force feedback headphones, and the vibrations from the
> headphones gave my head a little massage, and made my headache go right
> away......

Can headphones cure headaches?

Jun 29, 2001, 6:34pm
:) ooppss

[View Quote] > lol

Low Citizen Numbers, would they sell?

Jul 2, 2001, 10:05pm
What for a number 10?

[View Quote] > I joint own citizen number 200. I will give it to you for $1 billion in
> non-negotiable US bare bonds delivered to my off-shore account in
> Switzerland.
>
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ActiveWorlds Beta Program

Jul 26, 2001, 3:20pm
And what for who is leaving off the east west coast to the east farther west?
Sorry...heheh
:)

[View Quote] > AHHH! Enough with the West of the West and East or The West Coast! Im
> getting confused :-)
>
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Sorry everyone...

Sep 2, 2001, 5:46pm
hi ryan you're doing good indeed...are you new to aw? welcome anyway:)

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Sorry everyone...

Sep 2, 2001, 6:37pm
....to me this: 323710 is brand new, actually unless he changed his nick
as many do ...he's very new to NGs...

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Telegram from AlphaBit Phalpha!

Sep 16, 2001, 1:15pm
You two guys are really giving a sad show, please refrain from
vandalizing this NG
icey

Re: Hmmm...

Nov 21, 2001, 1:38pm
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!!!:-)
icey

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> "Eat well, stay fit, die anyway."
> http://www3.sk.sympatico.ca/ty1/index.html
> ICQ UN - 272905
> All those who believe in psychokinesis raise my hand.
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need help

Nov 23, 2001, 7:06pm
I am not sure this is what you are meaning...You can change the icon
path, if you make a shortcut of it, right clicking on the shortcut, you
can modify the icon path, and use your custom icons
icey

[View Quote] >Hi, I made some new folder icons and I need to know how to set then up on a
>(new ""folder"" type)
>I already created it at a registered file now I need to know what actions to
>add to make it act like a "normal" folder.
>When I click on it , it will not open
>Note I need it to act just like a "normal" folder would so I can store files
>in it.
>I know how to make a new file type I just never made a new folder type
>before.
>
>

need help

Nov 23, 2001, 7:14pm
You can also change the icon path, right clicking on the desktop,
selecting properties,and selecting the fourth folder to the right (I
don't have a clue what is called in English)...it should work
icey

[View Quote] >Hi, I made some new folder icons and I need to know how to set then up on a
>(new ""folder"" type)
>I already created it at a registered file now I need to know what actions to
>add to make it act like a "normal" folder.
>When I click on it , it will not open
>Note I need it to act just like a "normal" folder would so I can store files
>in it.
>I know how to make a new file type I just never made a new folder type
>before.
>
>

Check this out!

Dec 17, 2001, 8:43pm
One of the main features of bots' is to go spamming and advertising in
the common areas, I thought those programs were built for intellectual
and scholar purposes, (the second part is difficult, I am not sure if he
would like a wish list made in sdk or an sdk wish list:-)...
sorry, of course I am joking
icey

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National ID System

Feb 13, 2002, 1:48pm
You don't have an ID? You just have a passport? We do have IDs, we also have a
driving licence, C/C, and varoious association cards, various codes ID cards
depending on the Officer that you might drop in, the sanitary ID card, the card
for the supermarket, passport, when we go round we need a truck to carry all the
IDs, I am not sure what in case we'd like to go biking, probably they sell small
ID trailers to fix to the bike and pull around wherever we go. Yet it's always
me myself. For sure the right ID is always at home, you always carry all those
papers, and when you need one, you just find out it to be on the kitchen table
or wherever
icey:)


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