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hamsterTK

Capitalsimcity's uberly awesome CJ section

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  • I remember at one time there was talk of a new cj section, is that still on?

     for the last few weeks ive been lurking around Capital Simcity, which is a spanish simcity community(i dont post b/c my spanish aint that great)reading the cj's which are pretty cool, fukuda(guy here on ST) has got one over there i like, and anyways long story short, check this out:

    yokohama cj:

    http://www.capitalsimcity.com/foro/weblog.php?w=8

    front page:

    http://www.capitalsimcity.com/foro/weblogs.php?filter=4

    nifty eh?

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    Yes dirk has slowed down a bit following his illness and I think he is in less of a hurry now which is fair enough. Its going to be interesting when this is launched.

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    Originally posted by: hamsterTK is he not better yet?quote>
     

    Yes I think he is better now but nobody wants this illness to return.

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    That looks like a hybrid blog/BBS sort of system. Personally, I don't like it.

    The whole point of converting to a blog would be to give the creator total control over the way their cjs look and are layed out. From the way it looks, the system over there doesn't allow you to change the way comments are displayed, or the background.

    I prefer the current BBS system of cjs to the one shown at the website, but I think a purely blog based cj section, with HTML editor, would be awesome!

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    I personally like our current CJ section, and I would welcome a new section, but I have a few concerns. First, I don't want to loose our original CJs, ones like Simtropia and Anduin Valley are huge and have lots of history, and all that would be lost if they had to start again. And, I fear it would mean that opening a CJ you would have to load all the images for an entire CJ, which would take forever and thus put people off going and lower comment numbers.

    I imagine Dirk would find a way around these things, and I agree with MayorTime, personally I wouldn't be a fan of that system, but I would like the Blog-based customisable section more. I am keeping my mind well open though!

    Cheers guys, choco.

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