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Exception to the triple posting rule?

Postby bowspearer » Wed Jul 18, 2012 1:04 pm

I'm thinking of posting my non-tf and tf collections on here (my tf collection would be going in the relevant thread), however i can foresee a problem with this. My collection, especially when I post images, is large enough that it's been known to push the post limits of message boards, meaning that I would need to break it up into mulitple posts.

The other thing is that as my collection is in varying states of completion; I tend to like to leave enough space in posts so that I can slot in later acquisitions into the relevant toyline.

Considering this, would anyone object to a one off instance of a 15x post?
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Re: Exception to the triple posting rule?

Postby Sabrblade » Wed Jul 18, 2012 1:52 pm

Basically, the rule prohibits "immediate" multiple-posting. If there's a long enough break between each post (like, say, 6 hours or so), then that should be fine.
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