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  • Added on: Dec 30 2011 07:10 PM
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Posting Backup Ports in the Port Database

Posted by sensei on Dec 30 2011 07:10 PM

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Disclaimer: The Porting Team does not support piracy or warez, but we allow every user to upload his complete Backup Port (if he wants to) for other people to use.

Complete Backups posted into the "Download Wrapper" field will be removed, and the Poster will get a Warning from a Moderator/Administrator.




Each Port linked to in the Port Database PC Game Ports Section is a Wrapper (not a complete Game Port), where users can use their own Game/Application files with your posted Wrapper.



However, if you wish to upload your complete Backup Port for others, you can use a extra function of the Port Database.



(optional)

Enable viewing complete Backups Ports:

- go into your User Settings (click your Name in the top right corner), and click My Settings

- scroll down to the bottom and select Yes from the "View Backup Ports"; field & save changes



Posting a full Backup Port in the Port Database

- use the following code to post your link to the full Backup Port
[fullgamebutton=LINKHERE]
This bbcode is not selectable from the Button menu, so it has to manually typed in. (intended)



You can also post a Description for your full Backup Port

- use the following code to post your link to the full Backup Port

[fullgamenote]
Lots

of

text
and
pictures

here
[/fullgamenote]

This bbcode is not selectable from the Button menu, so it has to manually typed in. (intended)

So if you want to post your full Backup Port for others, use the fullgamebutton & fullgamenote codes.

NOTE:
These two field can only be viewed by users who have agreed to see Backup Ports by others via the checkbox above.
Other users who do not want to see full Backup Ports will not see them.

NOTE 2:
We give all users the choice for seeing full Backup Ports by others.
Choosing to see them or not to see them is a thing you have to decide for yourself.
Naturally, you are legally obliged to solely download backups of games/applications you already own.


Screenshots:
example Port with 'View Backup Ports' set to NO. (standard)
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example Port with 'View Backup Ports' set to YES. (user choice)
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1 Comments
Nice work. Now we only need a WIP area and all cool stuff is on this page :P
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