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Just added a tag feature on new posts. You have to insert relevant keyword to your post when you create one. On the right you can see the Tag Cloud where keywords will pop up.
Another nice and helpfull tool for our members
Just a sidenote on this, use keywords. not sentences, but K-E-Y-W-O-R-D-S
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Thank you BlackHat, Im sure that ill find a use for this
"This sure ain't no pansy Eldar Armor, Son"
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"One Shot, One Kill"
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Check out the support forum for a thread on this. If it's in the fantasy forum, the tag field isn't working yet, so you'll have to post in the regular army forum and a mod will move it.
40K army lists should be fine.
Soooo, does this tag cloud select random tags? Or does it select tags similar to the one(s) of the thread we're currently viewing?
... only triumph could turn pooing his pants into a good thing..
They basically all mention armies which you can go to the normal forums for anyway... I don't know how it works.
At the moment I see:
40k army army list chaos conversion dh eldar fantasy help ig imperial guard introduction necron new sm space marines tau tournament tyranid warhammer
And I don't know how they're supposed to help. I know it's a very good idea, but it seems that people are just mentioning army names in the tag boxes and that's what comes out.
"Well... that hurt" - Vampire Jon Skellan (Mannfred's right hand man) after being beaten up, falling down an underground waterfall and being impaled by a stalactite.
Call me dumbass, naive, weirdo, naked or whatever you want.. but what do these tags actually do?
I've ascertained they're different to the tags they use to make sure I don't go near any sharp implements, but .. what function do they serve? Someone please help.
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