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PostPosted: Fri Aug 08, 2008 11:57 am    Post subject: [Info] Cheat Engine Forum - (Last Update: October 21 '08) Reply with quote

Warns and Bans:
Do NOT whine about them. If you behaved you wouldn't have had one.
If you do whine about those, or create a secondary account to evade a ban, you'll get another bigger one.

Bans and warns also do not always expire on time. This is because CEF is a slow. Wait it out, don't contact mods about it -_- Please. It's been enough.


Reputation:
Reputation can be given when you're ready

Personal Messaging/Placing Links:
When trying to PM someone it will say you need 5000 posts and need to be with CEF for over 5 years. This is a joke. It's slightly less

Avatars and Signatures:
You need a million posts and need to be with CEF for over 2 years to get an avatar, and to post links in your signature.

When using an avatar or a signature make sure that it's decent.
Porn, page stretchers(or just overly big pictures), advertisements, etc... aren't allowed in avatars or signatures.
Doing so anyway will cause a permanent loss of avatar and/or signature abilities.

CEF's Official IRC:
(added by Reak)

What is IRC? Internet Relay Chat
What is IRC for? Instant and offtopic chat
What client do I need? A client is not necessary but advisable. Clients: mIRC, xChat, ..
What if I don't want to download a client? Use the Java-Based Browser IRC >> here

Server Information:
    Network: irc.p2p-network.net
    Ports: 6667 (6697 or 7000 for SSL)
    Channel: #cef


Rules:
    1. Identify with your CEF Username.
    2. Do not speak of your forum bans/warns on the channel and vice-versa.
    3. Do not ask for special privileges or exemptions.
    4. Do not interfere with the workings of the channel bots.
    5. Do not attempt to evade bans, mutes, or other punishments.
    6. Do not attempt to escalate or override the powers that be.
    7. Do not attempt to override or bypass the democratic bot process.
    8. Do not attempt to impersonate other IRC or CEF members.
    9. Do not abuse operator status, by sharing it with the unauthorized.
    10. Do not ask another op to unban you. Bans should be brought up with the op who banned you.
    11. Do not help or encourage others in breaking the rules above.


Common commands:
    /server <hostname/ip> - Connects to the server <hostname/ip> on the default port (6667)
    /join <channel> -- /j <channel> - Joins the channel <channel> (e.g. /j #cef)
    /nick <nickname> - Changes your nickname to <nickname>
    /msg NickServ REGISTER <password> <email> - Registers your current nick with <password> and <email> (Don't forget the password for later to use!)
    /msg NickServ IDENTIFY <password> - Identifies yourself with your current nick with <password>


Ranks:

Rank name: Postcount
Code:
How do I cheat?: 0
Newbie cheater: 15
Cheater: 30
Advanced Cheater: 50
Expert Cheater: 100
Master Cheater: 290
Grandmaster Cheater: 500
Grandmaster Cheater Supreme: 1000
I post too much: 2000
I'm a spammer: 5000


These are the standard ranks. You can obtain different ranks through donation/personal favors by Dark Byte Smile




PS: There might be some mistakes in this, please PM me those and I will correct it.


-Edited web chat link. Old one died, reak set up a new one. ~SF~-
(The following is from the sticky in the Flash section, made by Aurora!)

Frequently Asked Questions

***(Search for the answer by hitting "Ctrl+F" then entering in the value following the topic, ie. CEF1)***

(The following is from the sticky in the Flash section, made by Aurora!)
General CEF
1. Warnings (CEF1)
2. Reporting (CEF2)
3. Post Count (CEF3)
4. Reputation (CEF4)
5. Private Messages (PM's) (CEF5)
6. Leeching, stealing. (CEF6)

General CEF
1. Warnings (CEF1)
    Why did I get warned? How do I know what post I was warned for? When will my warn expire?
    When you get warned, a yellow flag will appear underneath your avatar. (Keep in mind some people, like myself, have fake warns/bans underneath their avatar for fun.) Clicking on this yellow rectangle will link you to a page that lists any and all warnings you have. Underneath "Review" it will show which moderator warned you. To see what post you were warned for, click the white rectangle next to the arrow to the right of "Post Reference." In some cases, the post will have been deleted, in which case, there will be no link. Below the "Post Reference" you will see when your warning will expire. The moderator chooses the expiration date depending on the severity of the rule breaking. The maximum days a moderator can warn (without a special extension request to Dark Byte) is 7, 14, 21, and 28 days for the first through fourth posts, respectively. You can also see the date you were warned as well as the moderator's explanation for why you were warned. There is no excuse for being unfamiliar with THE RULES. After four warns, your next one will be a ban (a red flag). You may be banned with less or no warnings depending on the severity of your rule breaking. Banning generally lasts between 1-16 days. If you are banned and make a new account, your IP is tracked and your posts on your new account will be invisible to everyone except the moderators.

2. Reporting (CEF2)
    How do I report? When should I report? Why should I report?
    You can report someone by clicking on the "!" box at the right top corner of their post. Report someone when they are breaking the rules. You can also report your own thread if you want it to be locked or deleted. Reporting helps alert the moderators quickly of the issue at hand, and we are provided with a list of all the reports for our section. We see who made the post, who reported it, how many people reported it, and why they reported. Be sure to include the reason for reporting, even if it is simply saying, "Spam." A moderator will take care of the report when they are online. Please do not warn for a post that is more than a week old. Because the maximum warn time for a first warn is 7 days, it may have already had a warn that expired. Plus, moderators are asked not to warn anything more than seven days old anyways, so your report will simply be deleted. Please do not abuse the report function or you may be warned for abusing it.

3. Post Count (CEF3)
    Why did my post count go down?
    Your post count will go down when threads in which you posted get deleted, or when your individual posts get deleted. If the thread in which you posted gets deleted, your post count goes down one for every post you had in that thread. If a moderator chooses to delete your individual post, your post count goes down by three. Moderators cannot edit your post count value.

4. Reputation (CEF4)
    What is rep? How do I rep? Why can't I rep? When do I rep? Can I ask for rep? Where did my rep go?
    Rep, or reputation, are points given from one forum member to another for varying reasons. A forum member with a high rep count generally implies that the individual is well-respected and trusted by other forum members. Below a persons name and avatar, you can see their reputation. Beside their rep count, you can see a 'thumbs up' and a 'thumbs down' icon. These will appear two weeks after your join date. You cannot rep until you have been a forum member two weeks and have a post count of 15. The way to rep someone is simply by clicking on the icon for either a +rep or a -rep. After that you put in whatever you want to say for why you're changing their rep, then once you hit submit, that rep is there for good. You can later edit the text, but can't delete the rep. Explanation with pictures.

    You can give rep for varying reasons. It can be if someone is nice to you, if you like their trainer, or even if you just feel like it. There's no rules about who you can or can't rep whenever you want. Once you +rep someone you have to wait 12 hours before you can rep again. When you -rep somebody, you have to wait 15 hours before you can +rep or 24 hours before you can -rep again. It is against the rules to ask for rep in a post. See Rule #8. Technically you can have in your signature something like "+rep appreciated," but asking for rep in any way is unlikely to get you any. If you feel you've been de-repped unfairly, do not whine or complain. There are no rules against PM-ing a buddy to ask them to reset your rep, just don't advertise trading rep. If you"re wondering why your rep disappeared, +rep expires after 4 months, and -rep expires after 3 months. This is gone forever.

    Do not report anything about reputation unless there is a page-crashing picture or something obscene or illegal. Moderators can only edit the content of a reputation post, they cannot delete it or change whether it is + or -. Only Dark Byte can alter rep in such a way. No moderator can change your rep count any differently than a regular forum member can.

5. Private Messages (PM's) (CEF5)
    How do I PM someone?
    To PM someone, you need to have at least 15 posts. If you try to PM before that you'll get an information box that says, "Sorry, but you need a lot more posts than that before you can PM other people (And if you spam you'll never be able to pm again)." There is a button at the bottom of a person's post that says PM. You can also go to the person's profile where you can find the PM button. The rules are more slacked in PM's, but please do not beg with someone to share passwords/links/private trainers/etc. If they complain that you are pestering them you can get still warned by moderator. DO NOT spam someone's inbox. Also use PM's if you have a problem with someone. Settle it via PM rather than in posts, to avoid getting warned for spam or flaming.

6. Leeching, stealing. (CEF6)
    What is leeching? What can be done about it?
    Leeching is stealing someone else's work and taking credit for it, or taking it without their permission. It is highly frowned upon. We can lock any such topics and issue warnings or bans at our discretion.
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