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post #46 of 62
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Originally Posted by TexasSugar

After seeing a hundred of bow cakes with dots on them we do really have to see that in the description every time??



No, but it's kind of nice to know what flavor it is, if it's buttercream or SMBC, who they made it for, etc.



I remember a thread a while back where people were getting annoyed and saying how it bothers them that people put the flavors of the cake and buttercream and not the instructions. I do agree that forcing people to put in descriptions will decrease the number of cake pics that are uploaded and you'll never get to see that cake that makes you go "Wow".
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post #47 of 62
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Originally Posted by JGMB

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Originally Posted by TexasSugar

After seeing a hundred of bow cakes with dots on them we do really have to see that in the description every time??



No, but it's kind of nice to know what flavor it is, if it's buttercream or SMBC, who they made it for, etc.



I remember a thread a while back where people were getting annoyed and saying how it bothers them that people put the flavors of the cake and buttercream and not the instructions. I do agree that forcing people to put in descriptions will decrease the number of cake pics that are uploaded and you'll never get to see that cake that makes you go "Wow".
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post #48 of 62
It's been awhile, but Facebook has a policy (new or not, not sure, maybe it just got media coverage) that once you delete your account, your pictures, your posts, everything stays. So comments you made on someone's page don't go away, and pictures linked to, etc., they don't go away either. Something to that effect. I'm sure someone else knows the specifics.
post #49 of 62
It's been awhile, but Facebook has a policy (new or not, not sure, maybe it just got media coverage) that once you delete your account, your pictures, your posts, everything stays. So comments you made on someone's page don't go away, and pictures linked to, etc., they don't go away either. Something to that effect. I'm sure someone else knows the specifics.
post #50 of 62
It's been awhile, but Facebook has a policy (new or not, not sure, maybe it just got media coverage) that once you delete your account, your pictures, your posts, everything stays. So comments you made on someone's page don't go away, and pictures linked to, etc., they don't go away either. Something to that effect. I'm sure someone else knows the specifics.
post #51 of 62
FB changed that policy... it basically read that once you put your stuff (images, posts, what have you) on FB it became their domain. There was a HUGE uproar and lots of people left, but FB ended up changing their policy so it's a non-issue now.

I'll probably get my account booted someday too but oh well... too many threads disappearing whever something isn't 100% pro CC's policies... people complaining that people who come here without compensation don't do enough for them... or complaining that people do too much... whiney BS.
post #52 of 62
To the OP: If what the decorator/photo poster wants is to simply upload a few photos without descriptions... why is what YOU want (the descriptions) more important than what she/he wants? My life is not to make everyone else happy at the expense of my own happiness.

It's threads like these that keep people from posting their pics at all.

BTW, on my other account, I had several photos that were saved by hundreds of people as favorites... but I sent one e-mail to Heath and *poof* they were all gone within 24 hours. It's not that hard to get your photos deleted if that's what you really want to do.
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post #53 of 62
Jeez... what's with the triplicate posts?!?
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post #54 of 62
Did you use the contact form or PM him directly? I've had no luck with the contact form the last 3 times I've used it... no response at all.

The site is having issues... to avoid the triplicate posts I've been stopping the page load after a few seconds. It's annoying, but it works. icon_smile.gif
post #55 of 62
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Did you use the contact form or PM him directly? I've had no luck with the contact form the last 3 times I've used it... no response at all.

The site is having issues... to avoid the triplicate posts I've been stopping the page load after a few seconds. It's annoying, but it works. icon_smile.gif



I believe I sent him a PM.
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post #56 of 62
Yes, click submit, count for about 6 seconds, and stop the page. Let's see if it actually works again. icon_biggrin.gif
post #57 of 62
[quote="JGMB"]No, but it's kind of nice to know what flavor it is, if it's buttercream or SMBC, who they made it for, etc.
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I haven't read the rest of the posts, but: there have also been posts complaining about people listing flavors, etc... I don't think there's a way to please everyone. I used to put lots more info, but then I read a rather rough post about how "annoying" it was to read about what flavor the cake was or who it was for... icon_confused.gif
People are going to do what works for them. icon_smile.gif
post #58 of 62
[quote="JGMB"]No, but it's kind of nice to know what flavor it is, if it's buttercream or SMBC, who they made it for, etc.
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I haven't read the rest of the posts, but: there have also been posts complaining about people listing flavors, etc... I don't think there's a way to please everyone. I used to put lots more info, but then I read a rather rough post about how "annoying" it was to read about what flavor the cake was or who it was for... icon_confused.gif
People are going to do what works for them. icon_smile.gif
post #59 of 62
That's the thing K2... no one is going tomake everyone happy... there's no way. I have given up.



btw... I love your sig line. "Anybody want a peanut?"
post #60 of 62
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Ahhh, I bet you meant no HHHHHaaaarrrrmmm. icon_lol.gif
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