Gentlemen- a moment of your time please.
When creating a forum topic- please have the courtesy of posting the topic title according to the topic content. If the the topic you are creating is in regards to a car editing project, then please name the topic accordiing to your name of the project :
- Nissan Fairlady, almost finished…
- AMC Javelin for NFS 6, 90%….
or your edting/converting group, etc.
- Mike's Grage
- Neo's Converting Garage
- Mafia Editing Group
If the topic you have created has anything to do with car editng questions, general NFS discussion- please…do not simply post something like:
- "I need Help"
- "Arrrrgggg HHH !"
Take a little time to try to explain the problem/question/comment- this allows everyone to udnerstand what the topic is about at a glance of the title. There have been too many topics with very non-desriptive or even useles titles such as:
- Oh, yes…come get some"
- "I was bored so…."
It does not take much effort nor ingenuity to name topics acordingly and it mkes for a more organized forum as well- often times I am asked to locate a topic for someone yet I cannot find it because the topic title has NOTHING
to do with the subject !
And, on the subject of all these "OFFICIAL
" topics that keep sprouting up- I ask that you not use the word "Official" in your topics unless it actually applies. Most people who see an "Official" topic consider that it is a topic which has been posted or authorized as a sticky (or matter of general importance by the staff)- therefore, I ask that if anyone desires to have their topic named as an "Official" topic that you allow a staff member to designate it as such- of course, it must meet a the criteria of actually being an extensively commented on topic in order for it to either be official or a sticky, IE: NFS U2 Official Discussion Topic, Official Desktop Topic, Official Birthday Topic, etc.
Your cooperation would be much apprecaited and make our jobs a lot easier as well :super: