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Theme
#1
Looking to buy a new theme for my Call of Duty community:
http://QuickScope.net

Budget is from $20-$50.

Please contact me if interested.
#2
How could we contact? Sending PM to you is disabled :s
#3
Register on my forum perhaps? I'm basically always on it. Toungue
#4
(03-22-2012, 09:33 PM)QuickScope.net Wrote:  Register on my forum perhaps? I'm basically always on it. Toungue

Or not. I don't know a single themer who'd register on a forum to contact you about possibly creating a theme for you.
#5
(03-22-2012, 10:18 PM)euantor Wrote:  
(03-22-2012, 09:33 PM)QuickScope.net Wrote:  Register on my forum perhaps? I'm basically always on it. Toungue

Or not. I don't know a single themer who'd register on a forum to contact you about possibly creating a theme for you.

What the hell is a themer? Get out of my thread kid.
#6
A themer is someone who makes a theme. And stop being rude.

It is customary that you don't make people sign up on your site to discuss a deal.
-Paul H.
Please feel free to PM regarding issues within the community, the blog, social media pages, or the public image of MyBB.

Cogisne lingua latina?
#7
(03-22-2012, 10:34 PM)Paul H. Wrote:  A themer is someone who makes a theme. And stop being rude.

It is customary that you don't make people sign up on your site to discuss a deal.
He shouldn't of even commented in my thread. Only post in my thread if you have experience and would be willing to help me.
#8
I seriously call you trolling....................
The level of stupidity is just hilarious Big Grin
Looking for people who actively play or DM Dungeons & Dragons.
Please PM me, working on a secret project ^^.
#9
(03-22-2012, 10:43 PM)QuickScope.net Wrote:  
(03-22-2012, 10:34 PM)Paul H. Wrote:  A themer is someone who makes a theme. And stop being rude.

It is customary that you don't make people sign up on your site to discuss a deal.
He shouldn't of even commented in my thread. Only post in my thread if you have experience and would be willing to help me.

I do have experience - I'm a member of the Codicious group of designers/developers. We're the guys behind the MyBBSecurity theme and the wweforums theme, amongst others.

As for being willing to help however, I certainly am not now having seen the level of ignorance you've displayed.
#10
its easier to just PM you here rather than sign up on your forum for discussing a deal.
you should consider enabling PM


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