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This reminds me of the videos that the President of Brazil puts on his twitter showing videos of people building roads or whatever with Sonic music playing over it
Under Stardust Speedway: Bad Future (Sonic CD). The video was taken down due to unknown reasons.
This is what Java elitists can do to Minecraft communities discussing both varieties of game. 1 like = 1 smhPlease don't mention bedrock. Nobody can do it without starting a flame war. There used to be a bug on bedrock where you run any command without cheats.
You typed (notice no space between execute and @s):
/execute@s ~~~ yourcommand
This just tells you the extremities of bedrock bugs
Reminds me of *something* from the SMM2 topic
That's all the information I needed since I tested it and managed to replicate it: “badword” is filtered …
specifically the lego car from Forza Horizon 4: Lego Speed ChampionsAlso ForzaCar and Roblox noob.no i knwo them, they're my cousin, my dad is his uncle and my dad works at nintebdo and told me that heavy will be a mii gunner. he also told me they are adding bubsy to smashI think it's a joke, since “my uncle/dad at (company)” is usually a joke.I'm pretty sure you made that up and it's wishful thinking, but I hope you're telling the truth because that would be cool Heavy is going to be a Mii Gunner. My Uncle at Nintendo told me.
Usernames changes would be done on a case by case basis due to how rarely it's required (and Scratch's database doesn't have any good system for username changes), so an ST member may just ask you what username you want as a comment on your profile after reading about your situation on this topic.Oh I don’t think I can do that I'm not familiar with the username change process due to how rarely it happens, but I'm guessing in the case where someone's username has to be changed, they'll send a message saying that they're requesting that your account's name get changed for these safety/security reasons and then give you an option to make a replacement name.
I'm not familiar with the username change process due to how rarely it happens, but I'm guessing in the case where someone's username has to be changed, they'll send a message saying that they're requesting that your account's name get changed for these safety/security reasons and then give you an option to make a replacement name.Will they send anything to my dad?If there is a safety issue, it's good practice to send emails to authorities of a website. And I don’t think I want to send an email to them as there strangers
For example, I, who almost never sends emails, sent an email to the admins of [forbidden chat application] concerning several underage users (which is a severe safety issue)
Have you actually tried asking him about it? I think also informing him about the potential risks of sharing that kind of information, particularly as a child could have on you and to others on the future.It’s my dadsWhy can't you? If we know why we can help you better.I can’t!Tell your dad that setting your real name as your username is disallowed. There is a 99% chance he will say yes because i mean its a safety issue soooooooooooContact Us and ask for it to be changed. Click on the link I provided, and then scroll down to ‘Get Help’. You do need email for this, but it's the only way, so just ask your dad or something.I can’t! Will I get banned? You have to use
I would since it's standard practise to do that are we going to make a new topic at page 500?
I remember once in 2015 the ST accidentally made it so you could post HTML into comments and it would execute it. That was a big oops from the dev team lol <h1>Testing</h1>
As you can see, that html did not work.
Allowing html code to be run on both forums and comments would allow a vulnerability called XSS, and it could be maliciously used.
Not archived. You sure it wasn't a different name, assuming the company ever had a Scratch account? The whole -[username]- thing seems like a trope in Scratch usernames that people outside of the community wouldn't be familiar with. Nintendo did have a Scratch account, but they seemingly deleted it. The username was -NintendoOfficial- (I’m pretty sure). I followed them and commented on their profile when their account was existent but they never replied.
If anyone knows how to get the archives then please do so I don’t seem like a liar
That's an issue with the data I'm sourcing it from. Pretty sure that was because some endpoints were being added and something broke - I'll have to investigate it Everyone's dates for their first and most recent posts say ‘undefined NaN, NaN’.
(and I would like that put below my status because idk)
It's a classic games as a service situation, which sucks but is definitely a trend I've seen going on over the last 10 years.Why does everyone hate Bedrock's microtransactions? I really don't get it. They are completely optional and it's not like you can't get skins, worlds and stuff online like with Java.
It's not about that, it's about microsoft's overall attitude to the game. They are trying to squeeze as much money out of everyone's pockets as possible, and keeping rolling out massive updates to grab peoples attention, rather than doing important things such as making sure there are little or no bugs that effect average day-to-day gameplay, such as glitchy menus, sign in errors, etc.