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News: SMF - Just Installed!

Hey there everyone , Logan here. With my life finally beginning to settle down, I've got much more time to devote to websites. With some broken coding, and spam bots taken over most of the forums, this website seems fairly out of control. Rather than release a new version of the site, I've decided to focus more on the other sites I've been devoting my time to - Cat Kugyay and Wolf Kugyay. They're going to be partnered with Rolespark, a new social network for roleplayers.

When the work is done on those websites (as well as Rolespark), I can begin working on the new website that will replace this one. You can expect to have the new site live by mid-June, and I look forward to seeing you when we launch.

If you want to help with the new website, have any ideas for what we can include, or have any additional questions please feel free to contact me on Skype: eja8170

Cat Kugyay's New Site


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SMF User Help

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SMF® is the elegant, effective, powerful and free forum software solution that this site is running. It allows users to communicate in discussion topics on a given subject in a clever and organized manner. Furthermore, it has a number of powerful features which end users can take advantage of. Help for many of SMF's features can be found by either clicking the question mark icon next to the relevant section or by selecting one of the links on this page. These links will take you to SMF's centrally-located documentation on the Simple Machines official site.

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