I was just trying to stir something up. There hasn't been enough drama about premium memberships over the past couple days... I got bored.
I'm interested to see how mobile looks in the future then. I don't use tapatalk, just browse the site like normal on my phone.I am not following you or maybe you guys aren't understanding what we are planning. A responsive design is one that changes and morphs based on the device you are using. Right now, the RPF style is the RPF style. On a mobile device (unless it switches the mobile style, which is horrible) you just get a shrunk down and horrible version of the full site, which is all but impossible to use on something like an iPhone. With a responsive style, the whole site will remold itself to the size of your device so it is usable. It isn't like we are taking away the ability to use the RPF on a mobile device... we are building this FOR mobile devices.
In line with this topic, I have another question. Say I am offering castings indefinitely of an item I made. I will have one item cast and ready to ship, but will only cast more if I get further orders. Is this still keeping with the 'IN HAND AND READY TO SHIP' rule?I am a very new member here, I would like to purchase a premium membership, but need clarification on two points.
1) As a premium new member I can post only to the JY. If I made several of the same items would I have to post one at a time, then when one sold make another post for the same item?
In theory, yes. In practice, no. You wouldn't actually have to create a new thread each time.You simply wouldn't mark the item as sold, so it would continue to show as being for sale.
I got tapatalk last year, but found that it is much easier browsing the board on my phone using chrome. I just hold it at the perfect distance to my eyes and have no problems at all.I'm interested to see how mobile looks in the future then. I don't use tapatalk, just browse the site like normal on my phone.
Maybe that's why my eyesight is going downhill. :behave
No... "in hand ready to ship" means exactly that, already made, not "I will make it when I get the order".In line with this topic, I have another question. Say I am offering castings indefinitely of an item I made. I will have one item cast and ready to ship, but will only cast more if I get further orders. Is this still keeping with the 'IN HAND AND READY TO SHIP' rule?
Yes.Also, can I insert a link to WIP pics in the post to show that I really did make the item and did not recast someone else's?
If you were to become a Premium Member, you would immediately have access to sell in the Project Runs forum as you are already a full member (50 posts and a member for more than 90 days). If a member that does not meet that criteria becomes a Premium Member, they will not be able to sell in the Project Runs forum until they have 50 posts and have been a member for at least 90 days.Is that section available to new premium members?
We are aware of that and we are looking into resolving it.One thing I'd love to see corrected.
If you leave anything at all out on the listing form, it sends you back for a correction. No problem there; BUT; it makes you reload the pictures too. Why does it dump the photos?