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Can anyone think of any codes (or tutorials, even?) that are needed right now on Charming? I'm considering revamping my miscellaneous code threads and would like some suggestions. Some ideas I have right now:

  • "Standardized" letter templates—ones that would look good with any skin/background/fonts.
  • Adoptable templates—ones that take up minimal room, have uncomplicated customization, and can look good with any skin/background/fonts.
  • More post template options
  • C+P profile templates—a variety of codes you can use to make your profiles look pretty without having to code it yourself.
  • .PSD & GIMP avatar templates so people can make them on their own with the same edits I do.



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(October 20, 2018 – 1:25 AM)Edric Umbridge Wrote:
  • .PSD & GIMP avatar templates so people can make them on their own with the same edits I do.

  • Omg yes.

    To all of these.

    Weird suggestion, but maybe a "calling card" template? They were v. common among the middle and upper classes at this point! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visiting_card
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