1: Basic info about this thread index.The purpose of this index:
It exists to help avoid the creation of too many identical threads. People are advised to look at the "Thread index" before making a new thread. It's also a convenient way to find what your looking for.What is a "Thread", I've never heard this word before?
A thread is the place that you can post in. Posts make up threads and threads make up a forum. Some people refer to threads as "Topics
". Use which ever word you feel like.How to find a specific thread quickly with out having to read all of this?
The best way to find it (for Windows users) would be to press [Ctrl] + [F] and use the search function.
This index has been organized in alphabetical order (numbers after letters) and categorized into seven parts:1: Basic info about this thread index.2: Myth-hunting in general.2.1.1:
Myth-hunting in general (A to K
Myth-hunting in general (L to Z and numbers
Patterns on mountains and on the ground.2.4:
Red trucks.3: Other languages.3.1:
Français thème (French threads). - Sorry if the french part is grammatically incorrect. I can't speak french. 3.2:
Suomalainen aiheet (Finnish threads).4: Other games (including other GTA's).4.1:
GTA IV (4) and it's extras.4.2:
Other games.5: Rockstar games (info about the company, it's statements and so on).6: About hunting.7: Other things that don't involve hunting or myths.7.1:
Completely random things.7.4:
Other indexes.Does this index really have all threads in this forum? Is it complete?
Yes.I just made a new thread and I've waited several hours. How come I still can't find my thread in this index?
Have patience and don't worry. It can sometimes take over 24 hours before a moderator has time to add your thread. If it should take more then 48 hours, then you can send a personal message to a moderator (maybe a moderator simply hasn't noticed your thread).The origin of this thread index: http://epsilonproject.forumavie.com/viewtopic.php?p=10233&f=2#p10233For moderators:
When you edit a post, please say something in the "Reason for editing this post" box. Even a punctuation mark is enough. Otherwise the automatic text about the time of the last edit, that appears at the bottom of a post doesn't show up unless someone (who was loged in at the time) has looked at the post sinse the last edit. The time of the last edit might become a convenient thing to know one day.Known problems when editing:1:
Longer posts will automatically try to to scroll themselves up, which makes normal editing impossible.
The only known solution is to write what you were going to add into a text file first. Even the text codes like [ b ] and [ url ], because that weird scrolling glitch won't let you highlight things. And then copy and paste it into the post.EDIT 1:
This problem appears to have been fixed as of the second half of may 2010.EDIT 2:
This glitch is back as of 2010.07.31.2:
The letter combination "merci" has to be at the end of every post. Otherwise it won't allow so many links in a single post. That code might change regularly.3:
The "2.1 Myth-hunting in general" has to be divided into parts, because otherwise the maximum number of allowed symbols would have to be something like 100'000 or more and even then, we'd eventually reach the limit. Error (2010.06.03): "Your message contains 30018 characters. The maximum number of allowed characters is 30000.