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Forum Rules

Post by Cornford » Sat Mar 29, 2008 5:14 pm

We'll try to keep the ground rules to a minimum, but a couple of basic points are worth stating...

This forum is intended to be a user-driven, user-to-user discussion forum. Cornford staff might post in the forum, but are not expected to do so. If you have a specific product support, please direct it via the contact details on the website at

Be polite. Everyone should feel comfortable reading submissions and participating in discussions. Cornford will not tolerate flames or other inappropriate statements, material, or links. This also includes those which are libellous, defamatory, indecent, harmful, harassing, intimidating, threatening, hateful, objectionable, discriminatory, abusive, vulgar, obscene, pornographic, sexually explicit, or offensive in a sexual, racial, cultural, or ethnic context.

Post new threads in the most suitable section. Read the section descriptions before starting a thread to ensure you are posting in the right place.

VIDEO / AUDIO: Posting your own creations is absolutely fine. For all other media, please ensure you have any relevant copyright ownership or permissions to post material here. If any artist / user has any concern in this regard, please contact the board administrator.

Use descriptive and appropriate titles when creating a thread.

Stay on-topic and do not thread-hijack.

Do not start rants or vent anger. Keep a level head. Posts which have no other purpose than to rage or complain without justification, may be removed.

Do not advertise. The Cornford forum is not a platform for plugging or advertising third party products and services. Secondhand items may be bought and sold through the 'For Sale / Wanted' section in the members only area, and nowhere else. Any postings that are blatant, unrelated advertisements may be deleted. Any user who is representing a third party company should make this perfectly clear in each post or their signature.

Leave out politics and religion - period.

In short, play nice! ;) Failure to meet these rules may result in post deletion, post editing, thread closure, user ban, or site wide IP blocking, so let's not go there.

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Okay, that's it; go enjoy! :)


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