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Site News
Beyond fixing the site registration issues, I added a new theme to Ad Astra. Inspired by the Witch Head Nebula, with a public domain image from NASA used as the header, it's perfect for anyone who likes a bit of green! You can find it over on the drop-down menu, along with Fire and Void.

I also switched the default display back to Fire, but you can change your themes to whichever you prefer!

--SLWalker on 02 Dec 2019 19:28 0 Comments

New Registration protocol
All right! I have finally figured out the way to completely get rid of all erroneous spam registrations. Namely, by removing onsite registration ALL TOGETHER! BWAHAHAHA!

Really, though, I have indeed included an alternative method. If you'll look above on the menu bar, you'll see 'Register' there, which will take you to a Google form. There, if you're a new user, you can request a penname and yours truly will create it for you.

This means that gmail and yahoo are both again allowed to be used as sign-up e-mails!

So, hopefully the days of spam registration and spam reviews are over. Let's see how it goes.

--SLWalker on 30 Nov 2019 03:16 0 Comments

Registration is PERMANENTLY disabled
"Don't panic, I got it in hand."

--SLWalker on 30 Nov 2019 00:16 0 Comments