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Wed Nov 02, 2011 4:46 pm
Lumi says...



There are two block types on YWS. Dark Gray and Light Gray. The post you're reading right now is a dark gray. The color of that gray is #d4d4d4. If you'd like to make a post with indention or a poem with varied line breaks, use this code to input space:

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[color=#d4d4d4]____[/color]


The second block type on YWS is the Light Gray. You'll see this on even-numbered posts on the forums, i.e. the first reply. To input invisible spacing in this type of block, which has the color #ececec, use:

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[color=#ececec]____[/color]


And that's it. Enjoy.
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Wed Nov 02, 2011 7:43 pm
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Awesome! That's exactly what I've been needing. I wanted to make my avatar seem to pop out by putting a border in that was the same color as the background, but I knew it wouldn't work if I ever got the even-numbered post.

However, shortly after that I learned how to make transparent avvies. XD
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Wed Nov 02, 2011 8:56 pm
Kamas says...



YAYAYYY

Invisibility cloaks for the internet!
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Thu Nov 03, 2011 6:21 pm
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Is it legitimate for me to be disappointed this had nothing to do with Game Genie?
  








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