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Okay, I don't know how quick this could be done, but I'm going to suggest it anyway. I see at the moment the font we use for "KD" in "KDfans" is the font for the normal Cedar Fair type logo. I thought since the park has brought back the old logo for at least this year, and to show our support for the KD40 celebration that maybe we could change "KD" to the old logo like KD did. I've had this on my mind for a while now. Thoughts?
 
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I have a forum etiquette question:
I almost exclusively use the mobile app for the forums so it's often hard to see what I'm typing which leads to some typos. I usually just quickly edit my post to fix the mistakes. Is it against the unspoken rules of the forum to fix some typos without writing "EDIT: Fixed grammar" at the bottom of the post?
 
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Nope... edit at your own will. Whether it's adding that comment or not. I edit 99% of my posts because I'm horrible at writing.

I usually add the "EDIT:____" for when I want it to be noticed that something important was changed in the post. And if I edit anyone else posts that are not mine, I will almost always add that remark to say what I did. But that's from a moderating standpoint.
 

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The admins have repeatedly denied my request for grammar control of forum posts, so I'm sorry you've all had to suffer at their reluctance to be proactive.
 
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I usually don't say what I'm editing if I do it before someone else comments.

It's probably against forum etiquette to make a popular post with a lot of "thanks" then change that to something like "I really think entwined is the best show on the east coast." without notifying of an edit.
 
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It's okay if I take the content of someone else's post and use it as a reply to a whole different discussion, right?
 

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Would you be taking it out of context? Would you be using his words in a way that he never intended to mean something he didn't intend to say?

Why would you do this other than to be snarky?
 

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Google can't use a custom rendering engine on iOS so all iOS browsers have to be based on Mobile Safari's rendering engine which is, um, not good. Snow will go away when I'm back from vacation. :p
 
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