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mds
14-07-2013, 01:26 PM
Hi, I'm Daniel. Pascal game developer from Russia. I would like to become a member of your community ;)

Delphius
15-07-2013, 02:05 PM
Hello!
Thanks Paul for the welcome.
I've been reading some threads and posts and it's amazing the amount of information out there.


As I said, I'm going to be seeing little by little, step by step my project game. I do not have much time because right now I have pending the Degree Project for to greet in Computer Engineering.
Once I'm received, hopefully by the end of the year, I could spend more time in my proyect.


In the last years I've been self-taught and complementing training I received at the University. I have no fear to learn new things and more focused on what is video games. I do not consider myself an expert in algebra, calculus in general and physics but I can say that these are things that I like.
From there to step into the games while not easy, but I have the ability... In my years of Delphi, and since I started in college I made some small games that did not require so much graphic at mode of practical.


I just need to be arrange more things that I have in my head. And learn more about certain data structures, such as Octrees, quadtress, checkerboards, etc. and graphics libraries/frameworks/engines.

Regards,
P.S: Sorry for my poor English.

SilverWarior
15-07-2013, 05:59 PM
Hi, I'm Daniel. Pascal game developer from Russia. I would like to become a member of your community ;)

Hi and welcome to PGD!
Plese do some browsing for autopromotion system to kick in and unmoderate you.

I hope your stay here would be as pleasant as posible.

Ñuño Martínez
16-07-2013, 09:59 AM
Hello and welcome to all new members!

Y hola Delphius. Un placer verte por aquí. :)

Delphius
16-07-2013, 07:08 PM
Hello and welcome to all new members!

Y hola Delphius. Un placer verte por aquí. :)
Thanks Ñuño.
El gusto es mío, seguro que me verás por aquí hacer algunas preguntas en las próximas semanas. A diferencia de en CD y DA aquí no estará presente mis álter egos. ;D ... O eso espero ::)

Sorry for speaking in Espanish.

Darkhog
17-07-2013, 12:01 AM
Espanish? Is that some kind of electronic Spanish ;)

Delphius
17-07-2013, 03:34 AM
Espanish? Is that some kind of electronic Spanish ;)

Oh God!I always said that my English is not quite polished but have written bad Spanish in English is for kill me! :o
Welcome dyslexia!, already I missed you. ;D

Regards,
P.S: Sorry for my bad English.

henryqtaylor
17-07-2013, 05:57 PM
Hi I am Henry, starting a Pascal class in the fall and figured I would get a jump on it.

SilverWarior
17-07-2013, 09:02 PM
Henry welcome to PGD!
Please do some browsing throught the forums for autopromotion system to kick in and unmoderate you.

I hope your stay here would be as pleasent as posible.
Do note that our site does not provide much content for beginer programers in Objective Pascal as we more focus on game development which does require athleast some existing programing knowledge.
For getting this initial programming knowledge I would recomend you visiting Delphi About website (http://delphi.about.com/which) contains tons of small aricles about programming in Objective Pascal in general. The articles are mostly written to be newbie friendly. I must admit that I learned a lot from that site.
Also you can visit Pascal Programming for Schools website (http://www.pp4s.co.uk/) which also contains lots of beginers friendly articles about programming in Objective Pascal.

End
18-07-2013, 08:11 AM
Hello World! :D

SilverWarior
18-07-2013, 09:08 AM
Hi End! Welcome to PGD!
Please do some browsing throught the forums for autopromotion system to kick in and unmoderate you.

I hope your stay here would be as pleasent as posible.

Darkhog
18-07-2013, 12:35 PM
Hello World! :D
THE END HAS COME!!! ;)

Please save us all!

sysrpl
03-08-2013, 12:23 PM
Hello, I am the author of the cross platform gaming library Bare Game.

WILL
03-08-2013, 07:42 PM
Hello, I am the author of the cross platform gaming library Bare Game.

Hello and welcome to the PGD community! Thanks for joinning and especially for giving back to the community it's self with such a great looking library.

You are un-moderated and can now post everywhere on the site. Enjoy!

BTW: People are already discussing your game library/framework. Here is the thread: http://www.pascalgamedevelopment.com/showthread.php?23414-BareGame

aj1shir
08-08-2013, 01:20 PM
hello to game world
thanks for very good site:-*

aj1shir
09-08-2013, 08:57 AM
hi
why i cant reply or create post in this forum
please me unlock

aj1shir
09-08-2013, 09:01 AM
hi
i am ahmad from iran

hoops
09-08-2013, 12:48 PM
Let the journey begins

SilverWarior
09-08-2013, 04:58 PM
why i cant reply or create post in this forum

You are still moderated.
I have now approved your post so all you have to do is browse a bit through the forums so autopromotion system can kick in and unmoderate you.

@hoops
Same goes to you, please do some more browsing though out the forums.

Also I welcome you both to PGD. I hope your stay here would be as pleasent as posible.

PaulR
12-08-2013, 08:54 PM
Hi, I think I am human and strongly believe that, if this is the case, I am not a Viagra salesman. I may of course be wrong. I am a recent downloader of Lazarus and am currently peeking at the undergarments of Object Pascal, having just poked my head through the dense hedgerow lining the well trodden path of Basic->Z80 ASM->C/C++. I've never become best friends with C++, but it makes me cry less often the more I use it. OP looks like fun.

WILL
13-08-2013, 10:54 AM
Hello PaulR and welcome to PGD! :)

I think you'll find that Object Pascal is BFF material! ;) Many here enjoy making games with it and continue to do so today. Some of those folks even make a pretty decent living from it too!

I myself am working with another community member on a commercial game for the new OUYA gaming console. So as you can see there is lots of opportunity for the language in your game development. Lots of tools and lots of different target platforms. Most of course, supporting Windows.

Carântula
14-08-2013, 07:10 PM
Hi.
My name is Guilherme and i'm from São Paulo, Brazil.

WILL
14-08-2013, 09:19 PM
Hi and welcome to PGD! :)

holmesshanea
15-08-2013, 04:21 PM
Hi, my name is Shane Holmes and I develop using both Delphi and Smart Mobile Studio.

Please give me permissions so that I can make a post and reply to posts

Thanks
Shane

WILL
16-08-2013, 06:28 AM
Hello Shane and welcome to PGD! :)

Usually it takes a bit of extra browsing from this point on, but I have the magic ability to make it go by a little faster. Feel free to create a new topic or join in on an existing one anywhere within the site.

FOOTNOTE: The front page aka "Home" section of the site where all the news is posted is wide open for any future announcements for all development tools and libraries amoung other important discoveries so feel welcome to draft any cool new things that are happening.

holmesshanea
16-08-2013, 01:42 PM
THANK YOU!

Shane

T_T_F
07-09-2013, 09:19 AM
Hello everybody
I dont have much experience in game programming so i dont know where to start with. Can anybody help me with good books or links or something(engine, whatever else)?

Sorry about my english, I am from switzerland.

T_T_F
07-09-2013, 09:33 AM
Hello everybody
I dont have much experience in game programming so i cant find a good way to start with. Can anybody please give me some good links or something like that(books,engine)?
Sorry about my english I am from Switzerland.
T_T_F

T_T_F
07-09-2013, 09:36 AM
Hello everybody
I dont have much experience in game programming so i cant find a good way to start with. Can anybody please give me some good links or something like that(books,engine)?
Sorry about my english I am from Switzerland.
T_T_F

T_T_F
07-09-2013, 01:47 PM
Hello
I dont have much experience in graphics programming. Can you give me please some good links or something like that?

SilverWarior
10-09-2013, 07:36 AM
Helo T_T_F and welcome to PGD. I have aproved your messages so plese do some more browsing through the forums for autopromotion system to kick in and get you unmoderated. this will alow you to freely post around the forum.

I hope your stay here would be as pleasent as posible.

I would also like to apologieze for not noticing your posts earlier but I'm verry short on time lately.

Solstice Project
15-09-2013, 11:25 AM
P**** \o/

Errr ... that was a typo.

I meant to say HIIII !!!! \:D/

WILL
15-09-2013, 09:12 PM
Hello Solstice Project, (I presume this is the name of the project you are working on? :)) welcome to PGD!

Be sure to read the FAQ (http://www.pascalgamedevelopment.com/faq.php) for more information about the settings and features of the site. More information specific to the community in general can be found right here (http://www.pascalgamedevelopment.com/faq.php?faq=conduct).

And of course of high importance is the Rules & Guidelines (http://www.pascalgamedevelopment.com/faq.php?faq=rules) of the PGD forums. It's not a long read, but it will save you getting into any kind of trouble in these forums.

Enjoy the site! :)

Danm
17-09-2013, 06:42 PM
Hi to all! I am "in love" with delphi since delphi 1 version :)

FoxAndy
18-09-2013, 06:01 PM
My name is Andy Lebowsky, and i'm from Ukraine (former USSR). I'm poor speak english. I'm not programmer, only script-kiddy. Sometime i need a few help. Thank you very much!

SilverWarior
18-09-2013, 06:47 PM
Hi to all! I am "in love" with delphi since delphi 1 version :)


My name is Andy Lebowsky, and i'm from Ukraine (former USSR). I'm poor speak english. I'm not programmer, only script-kiddy. Sometime i need a few help. Thank you very much!

Danm and FoxAndy welcome both of you to PGD!
I hope your stay here will be as pleasant as posible.

Please do some more browsing through the forums so autompromotion system can kick in and unmoderate you so you will be able to freely post around the forums.

jfbilodeau
19-09-2013, 05:56 PM
I'm just proving that I'm a human.

SilverWarior
19-09-2013, 07:09 PM
I'm just proving that I'm a human.

Helo jfbilodeau!
Welcome to PGD. I hope your stay here would be as pleasant as posible.

Please do some more browsing through the forums so autompromotion system can kick in and unmoderate you so you will be able to freely post around the forums.

holiveros
24-09-2013, 09:23 PM
Hello mates,

A humble Pascal lover here, from Mexicali, México.

Have a nice day,
Humberto

SilverWarior
25-09-2013, 09:23 PM
Helo holiveros!
Welcome to PGD. I hope your stay here would be as pleasant as posible.

Please do some more browsing through the forums so autompromotion system can kick in and unmoderate you so you will be able to freely post around the forums.

WILL
26-09-2013, 04:54 AM
Hey all new members!

Don't be shy, if you have signed up, but haven't posted yet, why not get out there and post something? This is YOUR community and it's really what you make of it. So feel free to share and strike up conversation and learn all the tried and true secrets of the Pascal programmers' way of making games using this wonderful language. :)

Proph3t
06-10-2013, 03:01 PM
I thought it's time to get into game development with delphi. Was told this is the best
place to start.:)

drezgames
13-10-2013, 02:00 PM
Hello, been using Pascal for a very long time... umm... since the Turbo Pascal 3.x days. I've learned other languages, used lots of IDEs, but I always find my way back to Pascal. My latest project is the realization of something I've been wanting to do for a long time, a nice and elegant cross platform game development solution in Object Pascal. Things have come together that allows me to do it without so many hoops (only a few rather than a 1000, hehe). So, hopefully soon I will have something to share here with the community.

Cheers and keep on coding!

SilverWarior
15-10-2013, 10:48 AM
Hi piradyne and welcome to PGD!
Please do some more browsing around PGD site so autopromotion system kicks in and unmoderates you.

BTW I'm eagerly wating to see what you have to share ;)
And if you need any help feel free to ask

drezgames
17-10-2013, 05:31 PM
@SilverWarior

Cool, thanks.

phibermon
17-10-2013, 11:23 PM
Hang on Jarrod, I thought you were already on here? well welcome again again :)

SilverWarior
18-10-2013, 05:38 AM
Hang on Jarrod, I thought you were already on here? well welcome again again :)

He is already unmoderated so he can already post freely.

drezgames
20-10-2013, 02:25 PM
@phibermon, Hi, been a while (like a few years actually)... and @SilverWarior, yes I see that I can post now, thanks.

Hopefully, this coming week I can start to talk more about my project. If I can get enough together I maybe able to post a build even later today. I will have to see. I look forward to sharing and getting good feedback to make it into a solid and functional product. Thanks again.

anikoy_test
21-10-2013, 09:14 PM
Hi,

I'm Nikolay.

SilverWarior
22-10-2013, 03:35 PM
Hi,

I'm Nikolay.

Hi Nikolay! Welcome to PGD. I hope your stay here would be as pleasant as posible.
Please do some more browsing through the PGD forums so autopromotion system can kick in and get you unmoderated.

worm
06-11-2013, 03:17 PM
Hi!

I'm worm. I've been programming since I was ~12. Started with bat files to make DOS games work, moved on to Basic/C/VB. I had the chance to learn pascal back in high school, but decided to take C instead as pascal was 'lame'. I regret that decision!

Fast forward heaps of years and here I am, poking with Pascal for some stuff I want to do at work! Seems like a good fit.

Best way to learn something is to make stuff, imo. So, I'm making stuff! But it comes at a cost of "Where to start?!".

I've been lurking the last few days, but alas, I'm not sure what to make of the pascal libraries for game development available that are cross platform. Is everything actually dead? Is there something that I should be using for OSX/Windows/Linux that is better than the rest, readily available, and actually compiles without tweaks on mavericks?

worm
07-11-2013, 01:35 PM
Hi I'm Worm.

I'm pretty certain I wrote a whole thing about me here yesterday, but it's gone. Or maybe I didn't. I'm not sure about any thing any more.... :(

Anyways, attempt 2!

Been programming since I was ~12. I started with bat files, then some quick basic, and quickly moved into C. We did basic and pascal in high school, but I skipped pascal claiming it was stupid. Was I ever wrong!

I'm currently making a game in my spare time in pascal, just picking it up as I go. I'm also working on utilizing lazarus and freepascal with my job :)

We shall see where it goes!

comingnine
09-11-2013, 07:49 PM
;) Hi everyone, PGD has so wonderful engines and people ! Delphi rules !

SilverWarior
11-11-2013, 09:22 AM
@Worm and comingnine
Welcome to PGD. I hope your stay here would be as pleasant as posible.
Plese do some more browsing through the forums for autopromotion system to kick in and unmoderate you so you will be able to post freely.

paul_nicholls
13-11-2013, 03:53 AM
Hi Worm and comingnine, welcome to PGD, and I hope you find all the help that you need during your stay :)
@Worm, I also started programming when I was almost 12 ;)

cheers,
Paul

much.love
20-11-2013, 10:13 PM
Hello everybody.

I'm not really sure how long such an introduction should be, so I'll make it short. My name is Jack, I'm 22 years old and know pretty much nothing about programming, let alone game development. I did some programming in pascal during high school, which I rather enjoyed, but since everyone else in the class was bored to death by it, our teacher moved on to excel, which means I'm basically starting from square one. I don't have big plans, but game developing seems like a rewarding and relaxing hobby, so I'm going to give it a shot. I started experimenting with SDL and this is what I've come up with so far (feel free to comment!), the movement doesn't work quite yet, though (not really sure why).

program sdltest;

uses
sdl2, SDL2_image;
const
SCREEN_WIDTH: integer = 640;
SCREEN_HEIGHT: integer = 480;
quit: boolean = false;
var
win: pSDL_WINDOW;
ren: pSDL_RENDERER;
background, sprite: pSDL_TEXTURE;
e: pSDL_EVENT;
ret: pSDL_RECT;
rect: pSDL_RECT;
thisTime, lastTime: integer;
dt: single;

begin
win := SDL_CreateWindow('Hello World', 100, 100, SCREEN_WIDTH, SCREEN_HEIGHT, SDL_WINDOW_SHOWN);
ren := SDL_CreateRenderer(win, -1, SDL_RENDERER_ACCELERATED or SDL_RENDERER_PRESENTVSYNC);
background := IMG_LoadTexture(ren, 'background.png');
sprite := IMG_LoadTexture(ren, 'sprite.png');
new(ret);
ret^.x := 0;
ret^.y := 0;
ret^.w := 64;
ret^.h := 64;
new(rect);
rect^.x := 100;
rect^.y := 100;
rect^.w := 64;
rect^.h := 64;
new(e);

while quit = false do
begin
thisTime := SDL_GetTicks;
dt := (thisTime - lastTime) / 1000;
lastTime := thisTime;
while SDL_POLLEVENT(e) <> 0 do
begin
if e^.type_ = SDL_MOUSEBUTTONDOWN then
quit := TRUE;
if e^.type_ = SDL_KEYDOWN then
begin
case e^.type_ of
SDLK_LEFT: rect^.x := rect^.x - 10;
SDLK_RIGHT: rect^.x := rect^.x + 10;
SDLK_UP: rect^.y := rect^.y - 10;
SDLK_DOWN: rect^.y := rect^.y + 10;
end;
end;
SDL_RenderClear(ren);
SDL_RenderCopy(ren, background, nil, nil);
SDL_RenderCopy(ren, sprite, ret, rect);
SDL_RenderPresent(ren);
end;

end;
SDL_DestroyTexture(background);
SDL_DestroyTexture(sprite);
SDL_DestroyRenderer(ren);
SDL_DestroyWindow(win);

IMG_QUIT;
SDL_QUIT;
end.


That's it. Thanks for your time.

SilverWarior
21-11-2013, 11:05 AM
Hello everybody.

I'm not really sure how long such an introduction should be, so I'll make it short. My name is Jack, I'm 22 years old and know pretty much nothing about programming, let alone game development.

Hi Jack!
Welcome to PGD! I hope your stay here would be as pleasent as posible. Please do some more browsing through the forums for autopromotion system to kick in and unmoderate you.



I did some programming in pascal during high school, which I rather enjoyed, but since everyone else in the class was bored to death by it, our teacher moved on to excel, which means I'm basically starting from square one.

I'm Sorry to hear that.
Was rest of the class less bored working with Excer rather than with programming?
Or was you simply unlucky of being in a class full of lazy pepole who werent prepared to learn anything new (most pepole know athleast some basics about Excel)?

much.love
21-11-2013, 01:03 PM
Hi Jack!
I'm Sorry to hear that.
Was rest of the class less bored working with Excer rather than with programming?
Or was you simply unlucky of being in a class full of lazy pepole who werent prepared to learn anything new (most pepole know athleast some basics about Excel)?

Haha, they were just as bored with excel. The switch from pascal didn't really help much in that regard, but our teacher stuck with it anyways, because it had a more "immediate applicability".

SilverWarior
21-11-2013, 08:16 PM
but our teacher stuck with it anyways, because it had a more "immediate applicability".

Yes that is ture. There is more applicability to use of excel than some programming language. But since most pepole know how to use it it doesn't give you much help in finding job nowadays.
But I also have to admit that excel is quite powerfull and you can do wonder with it. For instance you can create a 3D graphics engine with it. Sorta. Check the link below and be mindblown as I was when I saw the article for the first time :D
http://www.gamasutra.com/view/feature/3563/microsoft_excel_revolutionary_3d_.php

yougofar
26-11-2013, 03:22 AM
Hello, I am new here. I want to know what are the unique features of pascal and how to learn about it in the most efficient way. Thank you very much.

SilverWarior
26-11-2013, 11:55 AM
Hello yougofar and welcome to PGD!
I hope your stay here will be as pleasant as posible. Please do some more browsing though the forums for autopromotion system to kick in and unmoderate you so you will be able to post freely around the site.

hafizah.sukri
01-12-2013, 06:11 AM
hi guys! im newbie here,, so basically i dont know where i should post question in this website... and i'm just posting my question here,,

please help me!

my teacher ask me to create a system that cover all chapter that we learn (file, array 1D &2D , procedure and function, record),, seriously I have no idea at all, and im bad in programming..

can someone help me,, what should i do?? plisss :'(

SilverWarior
05-12-2013, 08:46 PM
Welcome hafizah.sukri to PGD forums!
PGD website is mostly focused on developing games and this require athleast some basic knowledge of programming. So this site might not be the best one you are searching for.
To learn more basics on Objective Pascal Programming I would recomend you visit http://delphi.about.com/ as it provides many articles which are more suited to newbie Pascal programmers. So by using that site you could lear a lot about working with arrays, procedures, functions, records and many more.
And once your programming skils improve and if you decide to go with game development you will probably find PGD site most usefull. But now if your programming skils are prety weak you would proably have much trouble understanding many things here.

EDIT: I'm woking on a tutorial which should bring game development a bit closer to those with less programming expirience but unfortunately progress on it is quite slow due to limited free time I have to work on it. So I'm afraid it probably won't be finished so soon.

Cybermonkey
06-12-2013, 07:35 AM
Don't forget the very informative site: http://pp4s.co.uk/main/tutorials.html
(AFAIK there are also array tutorials online)

SilverWarior
06-12-2013, 06:36 PM
Don't forget the very informative site: http://pp4s.co.uk/main/tutorials.html
(AFAIK there are also array tutorials online)

Yes I forgot about that one.
To me when you mention beginner pascal programmer first thing I always think of is delphi.about since I learned most of what I know from there.

Wolfen
18-12-2013, 02:49 PM
Hi guys :).
I'm a fan of pascal programming and would like to build a little game I hope in your help.
thanks

W.

Zimond
27-12-2013, 10:07 PM
Hi, i am Zimond (Ben Maas)

I am into Turbo Pascal and Delphi since .. uhm... 1998? Clever AntiSpam feature btw.

BionicWave
02-01-2014, 09:49 PM
Hi,
my name is Bio and i want to learn some more about opengl and delphi.
Right now, i want to expand on opengl-lighting, maybe with the help of shaders.
So there is a lot to learn i guess.

Zimond
04-01-2014, 09:27 PM
Uhm hi.. again... do i need to do something else to get activated? I posted something in here several days ago. Thanks.

OFFIPLUS
07-01-2014, 09:13 AM
Just came aboard and Puerto Rico based. Work with Delphi since version 4. Currently getting acquainted with XE5, but have applications still running in Delphi 6 that would like to keep in that version to avoid a major conversion. Looking for an MD5 hash converter running under RFC 1321 Delphi 6 compatible. Blessings!!

SilverWarior
07-01-2014, 11:24 AM
@Wolfen, @Zimond, @BionicWave, @OFFIPLUS
Welcome guys to PGD comunity. I have aproved your posts which means that all you have to do now is to do some more browsing through the forums for the autopromotion system to kick in and unmoderate you.
I apologize for not aproving your posts earlier but I haven't been quite active lately.

Anywhay I hope your stay here would be as pleasant as posible.

Lavuco
16-01-2014, 04:26 PM
Hi, I'm a currently a student in Lithuanian gymnasium and i'm studying programming with pascal at the moment i'm only just a beginner, but i came here to learn more about programming. I decided to study it because i found it extremly fun to code and of course i like games.So i have a dream to create one. Well in short i came here to learn to code games and also it would be nice to find some friends so that's about me ;D

SilverWarior
16-01-2014, 06:30 PM
@Lavuco
Welcome to PGD comunity! I hope your stay here will be as pleasant as posible.
I have aproved your post so all you have to do is some more browsing throught the forums for autopromotion system to kick in and unmoderate you so you will be able to post freely around.

piXelicidio
13-02-2014, 03:11 AM
Hi, I have registered long time ago in this site but after about 10 years doing graphics design and very far from pascal games programming I'm trying to get back into it, so I think I also deserve a new welcome again :P
I think I going to share some of my experiences in this forum during this new journey to contribute to revive it ... because currently seems a bit dead :(

Saludos!

paul_nicholls
13-02-2014, 09:27 AM
Welcome all to PGD, I hope your stay is a good one :)

cheers,
Paul

maggiesedai
05-03-2014, 12:10 AM
hey all,
I may be in the wrong forum as I'm not a programmer, but I've been playing Heroes of the Past: Joan of Arc, and I love the game, especially the music. Where can I buy a soundtrack?
Keep up the good work!
Maggie

SilverWarior
06-03-2014, 05:47 AM
Where can I buy a soundtrack?

Hi!
You can find more information about where to get music in this thread: http://www.pascalgamedevelopment.com/showthread.php?16072-Heroes-From-the-Past-Joan-of-Arc&highlight=Heroes+Past%3A+Joan

sudndeath
09-03-2014, 05:27 AM
i'm sudden death i am working on programming a bbs software in fpc/lazarus for linux

Maven
11-03-2014, 12:32 PM
Hello everyone, I'm a 15 y.o currently learning Pascal at school. I'm not that experienced with it, barely scratched the surface actually, but I'm looking to further my skills! As a project I'm making a text based adventure game, but I'm just having some problems with it, mainly not knowing how to do stuff due to lack of experience, so I'm here! I'm actually really glad that this site exists, I'll be sure to use it lots!

Anyway, hello! I look forward to working with you all! :)

age
16-03-2014, 04:41 PM
... umm this is "first post here". Hope I understand it well.

Thank you.

demoman
18-03-2014, 05:27 PM
Long time Pascal Enthusiat, love learning and growing more. Utilizing FPC on Mac OS X.

SilverWarior
18-03-2014, 08:18 PM
Hello @maven, @age, @demoman and welcome to PGD!
I hope your stay here will be as pleasant as possible.
Your posts have been aproved. Please do some more browsing though the forums for autopromotion system to kick in and umoderate you.

AthenaOfDelphi
06-04-2014, 10:24 AM
Hi anyone who has signed up, posted here and then been waiting to be approved...

We operate an automatic promotions system, once you've posted here and had the post approved by a moderator, you MUST come back to the site and surf a little, there's lots to read, but this step is crucial as the promotion system won't promote you if it believes you're not active. And in it's eyes, you aren't active if the system hasn't seen you since you matched the promotion criteria.

So, I can't stress this enough, you must come back and surf AFTER your first post has been approved.

Unfortunately this is a necessary step to try and keep spam out of the system.