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On Saturday, 29 January, 2011 at 8:07 PM, Kevin Soviero wrote:

I would agree with you, except, you guys are the design team... That 
means your jobs are to work with graphic design among other things. If 
a user is paying per kilobyte, it will be difficult to contribute 
graphics and artwork, not to mention visiting the wiki, and download all 
those images on WIP pages...

A forum would not limit them anymore than they already are.

Kevin Soviero
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That´s true. Having or not a forum will not make things easier or harder than what they already 
are. People without broadband access still have to access the images to comment or improve one way 
or another.

Usually there´s options in the forum control panel where the user can disable the display of 
signatures, avatars and so forth. There´s also administration options to limit the size of the 
images posted by users in threads to make the forum more accessible for those without broadband 
connections. And optionally those " thumbnails" can be linked to full size images. This allows the 
user choose if it´s worth or not to load the full version of the image.

It´s certainly not the perfect solution for everyone, but it has some advantages that may be worth 

Sorry my limited English :(

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