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Offline WarehouseAgent

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Creative screenshots?
« Opened on May 23, 2016, 04:27:08 PM »
I'm asking for a little clarification on what's allowed to be posted here.

I'm always interested in seeing what other players are able to build on Famcraft's Survival server, but I'm also interested in what people can do in Creative mode. Are Creative screenshots allowed here (besides the occasional temp Famcraft creative environments)?

I ask because I realize that if these screenshots didn't come from a player's Single Player adventures, they would have to be from some other creative server, and the "other server" is where the waters would get murky. Also, it might not be easy to tell one from the other.

It seems to me that the obvious "no talk of other servers" rule would still cover someone mentioning the location in the forum post itself or by sneaking the location into the screenshot. But then I also get that might be more difficult to police in such posts, so a blanket "no screenshots that don't originate from Famcraft" rule might be simpler.


So I'm not advocating one way or the other; just asking if this has already been asked and answered elsewhere before. Thanks!
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Re: Creative screenshots?
« Reply #1 on May 23, 2016, 07:50:33 PM »
 I would think all screenshots are okay as long as they don't have any obvious/coded stuff that results in the Famcraft rules being broken.
 Anything that isn't permitted within the Famcraft community shouldn't be included in the screenshot, in my opinion.

- For example, sharing a screenshot on the Famcraft forums, but indirectly/intentionally advertising another server by including a chat message, sign, or series of blocks resulting in another server's name or address.
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