At 12/3/18 08:12 PM, ThrownPancake wrote:
I noticed that "Your Feed" only updates when you manually refresh the page. Are there any plans on letting it notify you when new content has been added?
The feed page (the non pop-over version) is still stuck with the old layout, but once it's overhauled like the rest then notifications should appear instantly. Maybe not in the feed but at least with a little alert that you have new feed items. It works like that on all the newer pages currently.
At 12/4/18 01:47 AM, Ronoae wrote:
So I read through TOS and the link here for art and what could be flagged as Inappropriate, but do you have anything you explicitly disallow on the site? In relation to NSFW content or SFW. Certain fetishes, certain ships (I know that sounds dumb, but we've been through hell after tumblr so bear w me), certain topics, etc?
Mutilation comes to mind. :) Well there doesn't seem to be anything strictly not allowed, but extreme fetishes may not catch as big an audience, or catch some unwanted critique (never mind those though). If you want to avoid the latter it's always good to be specific with the titles if you're posting something some people really won't want to see. Like: Title [INSERT WEIRD FETISH NAME HERE]
Overall though, if not mentioned in the rules: anything goes!
At 12/4/18 12:02 AM, ladysketchly wrote:
Hi. I feel silly asking this. How do you get a scout once you post four art pieces?
Scouted artists can see unscouted art too, and there's usually always a few people monitoring that section; keeping an eye out for talent they might have the honor of recruiting. If you're making good art just sit back and wait for the invites to stream in. :) Though it seems you've been initiated already!
Here's some more info on the scouting process though for anyone who read this/wants to know: https://ornery.newgrounds.com/news/post/388624
At 12/3/18 08:28 PM, SoubriquetRouge wrote:
So, the question i have is that is that acceptable for me to post as art here? Obviously on any such post I would credit and link back to where the artist can be found, on Newgrounds first if they are here, and otherwise another place they can be found.
If they give you permission, that should be alright. Commissions were another area that wasn't as common here before this migration, but generally I'd think you still need to either post original work, or have permission to post the other artist's work if it's not entirely original.
There's probably a lot of work here based off other people's designs though, the ones that come to mind are ones for contests with Draw With Jazza, and those are certainly OK. If the original image allows for derivative transformations that should be alright too. Hope that answers your wonders?
Basically: very similar as to the rules with commissions.
At 12/3/18 09:03 PM, OreoScoreo wrote:
...struggling to find anything for writers. Is dumping a doc the only way for us to upload? The only other thing I saw was a blog option but that doesn't seem to be it.
There's also the writing forum. It's not perfect, but that and newsposts are the options we have right now... and of course, collabing with others, writing scripts and such. :) Always fun to get into if you have a chance.
At 12/3/18 08:59 PM, Wegra wrote:
At 12/3/18 08:55 PM, YellowisCOOL wrote:
Jesus fucking christ, that's actually insaneGod seeing this many people really brings me back
At 12/3/18 08:42 PM, Furboz wrote:
oh, ok! HEY EXPERIENCED USERS/ADMINS! What should I do?
Sketch or newspost. :) Work without all original content (if it's the kind of content you didn't have permission to use) might get taken down if they're submitted as art though. Memes are great but since they usually include some photos the user might not have rights to use than it makes for trouble there.
At 12/3/18 10:53 PM, agvisitor wrote:
At 12/3/18 09:49 PM, Kelanich wrote:
New here, is there any way to make your info on your page private?No, not that I am aware of. There is however a "Always appear offline" option... Any thread you make will end up on the front page of the Community section.
Just have to note: making a thread won't really push it to the front page of the community section, the content you see there is geared towards you specifically so you'll usually see threads you've made or posted in, or in lack of those: the more popular ones in general. Definitely good to stay away from forums or news posts if you really want to keep a low profile though, though why you'd want to do that...
At 12/4/18 02:50 AM, Vinsionary wrote:
I feel strangely optimistic! :D
Yeah me too! :D The future seems pretty bright despite these dark winter days!