Have you registered? You must register in order to log in. Have you been banned from the board? (A message will be displayed if you have.) If so, you should contact Coroner to find out why. If you have registered and are not banned and you still cannot log in then check and double-check your username and password. Usually this is the problem; if not, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org and a response will be sent promptly or you can use the "Contact Form" located at the top of the main index page. There you can send a message to Coroner who will reset your password and email you a temporary password. You should then log in and go to your profile page and change the password to your own preference.
You may not have to -- it is up to the administrator of the board as to whether you need to register in order to post messages. However, registration will give you access to additional features not available to guest users such as definable avatar images, private messaging, emailing to fellow users, usergroup subscription, etc. It only takes a few minutes to register so it is recommended you do so.
If you do not check the Log me in automatically box when you log in, the board will only keep you logged in for a preset time. This prevents misuse of your account by anyone else. To stay logged in, check the box during login. This is not recommended if you access the board from a shared computer, e.g. library, internet cafe, university cluster, etc.
Don't panic! While your password cannot be retrieved it can be reset. To do this go to the login page and click I've forgotten my password. Follow the instructions and you should be back online in no time. If this doesn't work you can click on the "Contact Form" at the top of the main index page and send a message to Coroner who will reset your password and email you with a temporary password. You should then log in, go to your profile and change the password to your own preference.
First check that you are entering the correct username and password. If they are okay then one of two things may have happened: if COPPA support is enabled and you clicked the I am under 13 years old link while registering then you will have to follow the instructions you received. If this is not the case then maybe your account need activating. Some boards will require all new registrations be activated, either by yourself or by the administrator before you can log on. When you registered it would have told you whether activation was required. If you were sent an email then follow the instructions; if you did not receive the email then check that your email address is valid. One reason activation is used is to reduce the possibility of rogue users abusing the board anonymously. If you are sure the email address you used is valid then try contacting Coroner using the Contact Form or Email: email@example.com.
The most likely reasons for this are: you entered an incorrect username or password (check the email you were sent when you first registered) or Coroner has deleted your account for some reason. If it is the latter case then perhaps you did not post anything? It is usual for boards to periodically remove users who have not posted anything so as to reduce the size of the database. You can send a message to Coroner using the Contact Form located in the Menu box on the left side of the Forums and Home screens and you should get a response via email with 24 hour or try registering again and get involved in discussions.
All your settings (if you are registered) are stored in the database. To alter them click the Profile link (generally shown at the top of pages but this may not be the case). This will allow you to change all your settings.
On the profile page you will notice a picture of "Lara" towards the top. Click on her and you will see a slide show of all the active styles installed here. Choose the one you like and simply click on the themes drop down button and select your new theme. You can also change the board style at any time by clicking on the "Change Board Style" drop down menu located under the "Welcome" message on the main index page.
The times are almost certainly correct; however, what you may be seeing are times displayed in a timezone different from the one you are in. If this is the case, you should change your profile setting for the timezone to match your particular area, e.g. London, Paris, New York, Sydney, etc. Please note that changing the timezone, like most settings, can only be done by registered users. So if you are not registered, this is a good time to do so, if you pardon the pun! You might also notice that there is a mod installed that not only displays the date and time but seconds also.
If you are sure you have set the timezone correctly and the time is still different, the most likely answer is daylight savings time (or summer time as it is known in the UK and other places). The board is not designed to handle the changeovers between standard and daylight time so during summer months the time may be an hour different from the real local time.
The most likely reasons for this are either the administrator did not install your language or someone has not translated this board into your language. Just send a PM to Coroner with the requested language pack you need and it will be installed for you. Please feel free to create a new translation. More information can be found at the phpBB Group website (see link at bottom of pages)
There may be two images below a username when viewing posts. The first is an image associated with your rank; generally these take the form of stars or blocks indicating how many posts you have made or your status on the forums. Below this may be a larger image known as an avatar; this is generally unique or personal to each user. It is up to the board administrator to enable avatars and they have a choice over the way in which avatars can be made available. If you are unable to use avatars then this is the decision of the board admin and you should ask them their reasons (we're sure they'll be good!)
In general you cannot directly change the wording of any rank (ranks appear below your username in topics and on your profile depending on the style used). Most boards use ranks to indicate the number of posts you have made and to identify certain users. For example, moderators and administrators may have a special rank. Please do not abuse the board by posting unnecessarily just to increase your rank -- you will probably find the moderator or administrator will simply lower your post count.
Sorry, but only registered users can send email to people via the built-in email form (if the Coroner has enabled this feature). This is to prevent malicious use of the email system by anonymous users.
First log into your FaceBook account and copy the url from the address line. Then Click this to go to FaceBook ID website which will take you to the website that will collect your ID. Paste the URL to your FaceBook profile in the line and your ID will then be displayed. Then go to Preferences in your profile and enter those ID numbers into the FaceBook line and click on the submit button. Now a FaceBook button will appear at the bottom of each of your posts linking members to your FaceBook page.
Easy -- click the relevant button on either the forum or topic screens. You may need to register before you can post a message. The facilities available to you are listed at the bottom of the forum and topic screens (the You can post new topics, You can vote in polls, etc. list)
Unless you are the board admin or forum moderator you can only edit or delete your own posts. You can edit a post (sometimes for only a limited time after it was made) by clicking the edit button for the relevant post. If someone has already replied to the post, you will find a small piece of text output below the post when you return to the topic that lists the number of times you edited it. This will only appear if no one has replied; it also will not appear if moderators or administrators edit the post (they should leave a message saying what they altered and why). Please note that normal users cannot delete a post once someone has replied.
To add a signature to a post you must first create one; this is done via your profile. Once created you can check the Add Signature box on the posting form to add your signature. You can also add a signature by default to all your posts by checking the appropriate radio box in your profile. You can still prevent a signature being added to individual posts by un-checking the add signature box on the posting form.
Creating a poll is easy -- when you post a new topic (or edit the first post of a topic, if you have permission) you should see a Add Poll form below the main posting box. If you cannot see this then you probably do not have rights to create polls. You should enter a title for the poll and then at least two options -- to set an option type in the poll question and click the Add option button. You can also set a time limit for the poll, 0 being an infinite amount. There will be a limit to the number of options you can list, which is set by the board administrator
As with posts, polls can only be edited by the original poster, a moderator, or board administrator. To edit a poll, click the first post in the topic, which always has the poll associated with it. If no one has cast a vote then users can delete the poll or edit any poll option. However, if people have already placed votes only moderators or administrators can edit or delete it; this is to prevent people rigging polls by changing options mid-way through a poll
BBCode is a special implementation of HTML. Whether you can use BBCode is determined by Coroner. You can also disable it on a per post basis from the posting form. BBCode itself is similar in style to HTML: tags are enclosed in square braces [ and ] rather than < and > and it offers greater control over what and how something is displayed. For more information on BBCode see the guide which can be accessed from the posting page or by clicking here BBcode Guilde
That depends on whether the administrator (Coroner) allows you to; He has complete control over it. If you are allowed to use it, you will probably find only certain tags work. This is a safety feature to prevent people from abusing the board by using tags which may destroy the layout or cause other problems. If HTML is enabled you can disable it on a per post basis from the posting form.
Smileys, or Emoticons, are small graphical images which can be used to express some feeling using a short code, e.g. :) means happy, :( means sad. The full list of emoticons can be seen via the posting form or to the left of the ShoutBox on the main index page. Try not to overuse smileys, though, as they can quickly render a post unreadable and a moderator may decide to edit them out or remove the post altogether.
Images can indeed be shown in your posts. You can use the attachments button, the Image Shack button or post a link to an image stored on a publicly accessible web server, e.g. http://www.some-unknown-place.net/my-picture.gif. You cannot link to pictures stored on your own PC (unless it is a publicly accessible server) nor to images stored behind authentication mechanisms such as Hotmail or Yahoo mailboxes, password-protected sites, etc. To display the image use either the BBCode [img] tag or appropriate HTML (if allowed).
Announcements often contain important information and you should read them as soon as possible. Announcements appear at the top of every page in the forum to which they are posted. Whether or not you can post an announcement depends on the permissions required, which are set by the administrator.
Site announcements contain information that appears at the top of the main pages. There are "Guest" announcements which can be viewed by the general public and then there's "Members" announcements which can only be viewed by members who are logged on. All announcements are set by Coroner.
Sticky topics appear below any announcements in viewforum and only on the first page. They are often quite important so you should read them where possible. As with announcements the board administrator determines what permissions are required to post sticky topics in each forum.
Administrators are people assigned the highest level of control over the entire board. These people can control all facets of board operation which include setting permissions, banning users, creating usergroups or moderators, etc. They also have full moderator capabilities in all the forums.
Moderators are individuals (or groups of individuals) whose job it is to look after the running of the forums from day to day. They have the power to edit or delete posts and lock, unlock, move, delete and split topics in the forum they moderate. Generally moderators are there to prevent people going off-topic or posting abusive or offensive material.
Usergroups are a way in which board administrators can group users. Each user can belong to several groups (this differs from most other boards) and each group can be assigned individual access rights. This makes it easy for administrators to set up several users as moderators of a forum, or to give them access to a private forum, etc.
Server Administrators are people hand picked by Coroner to run "Admin" commands on the ZombieMod server. This elite group of people have proven themselves as professional gamers who are given the task of policing the server keeping it clean and safe for all visitors.
To join a usergroup click the usergroup link on the page header (dependent on template design) and you can then view all usergroups. Not all groups are open access -- some are closed and some may even have hidden memberships. If the board is open then you can request to join it by clicking the appropriate button. The user group moderator will need to approve your request; they may ask why you want to join the group. Please do not pester a group moderator if they turn your request down -- they will have their reasons.
Usergroups are initially created by the board administrator who also assigns a board moderator. If you are interested in creating a usergroup then your first point of contact should be the administrator, so try dropping them a private message.
There are three reasons for this; you are not registered and/or not logged on, the board administrator has disabled private messaging for the entire board, or the board administrator has prevented you individually from sending messages. If it is the latter case you should try asking the administrator why.
In the future we will be adding an ignore list to the private messaging system. For now, though, if you keep receiving unwanted private messages from someone, inform the board administrator -- they have the power to prevent a user from sending private messages at all.
We are sorry to hear that. The email form feature of this board includes safeguards to try to track users who send such posts. You should email firstname.lastname@example.org with a full copy of the email you received and it is very important this include the headers (these list details of the user that sent the email). They can then take action.
Yes! Simple click the "New Post" button and you'll then see a box where you would normally enter the first recipients name in. Click the "+" sign and an additional box will appear. Do this for every person that you want to receive the personal message. Then all you need to do is enter your message and submit.
This software (in its unmodified form) is produced, released and is copyrighted phpBB Group. It is made available under the GNU General Public License and may be freely distributed; see link for more details. All mods, for which there are many were installed by me, Coroner. There are some that can't be found anywhere else because they were custom coded for me by the actual authors and tweaked by me to work the way I want them too.
This software was written by and licensed through phpBB Group. If you believe a feature needs to be added then please post your suggestions in the Site issues/suggestions section or visit the phpbb.com website and see what the phpBB Group has to say. Please do not post feature requests to the board at phpbb.com, as the Group uses sourceforge to handle tasking of new features. Please read through the forums and see what, if any, our position may already be for features and then follow the procedure given there.
You should contact Coroner. If you don't get an immediate response, you should first contact one of the forum moderators and ask them who you should in turn contact. If still you get no response, you should send an email to email@example.com. Please note that phpBB Group has absolutely no control and cannot in any way be held liable over how, where or by whom this board is used. It is absolutely pointless contacting phpBB Group in relation to any legal (cease and desist, liable, defamatory comment, etc.) matter not directly related to the phpbb.com website or the discrete software of phpBB itself. If you do email phpBB Group about any third party use of this software then you should expect a terse response or no response at all.
Click the link at the top of the main index page. In the opening window you will see all the tools needs to upload your favorite music wright to the forums.
Note: Uploads can take several minutes. The upload rate size on this board is set much higher then normal boards and will allow up to 5mbs at a time. This can take up to 5 minutes depending the the file size. Once you've uploaded your music, just go to your profile and look towards the bottom of the page and the player will appear just under your signature. You then have an additional option of opening the player in a new window by click the line just below the player. Now you can browse the board or the internet while listening to your favorite music.
This is because you haven't specified a zip code in your profile. Simply go to your profile page, click on the registration button and enter your zip code. You can also use the city code finder to search for a particular city zip code. Click submit and you already to use this function.
ZombieMod is a server side modification for Counter-Strike Source. The aim of the game is to conquer the attacking zombies or kill all humans depending on what side of the field you currently are. The game may be played on any map, and users join a server like any other CS:S server without any prerequisites. The plugin was designed so that it may be run on either Windows or Linux Source Dedicated Servers with a minimal installation time.
When enabled on default settings, the level is loaded very, very dark with fog all around (turned off on our server at the moment). All players spawn normally and you cannot hurt anybody; Rifles and the MG are restricted as default but are all available on our server along with unlimited ammunition. Only the smoke grenade is restricted.
After a random amount of time (2-10 seconds), one player is changed into a Zombie complete with custom models, unable to use any weapon other than the knife, and is given 5,000 health depending on the model you have chosen. He is changed to the (T) team and everyone else to the (CT) team to allow for an operational scoreboard. They can also run a lot faster than humans, are provided with night vision and have a 125º ‘Field Of Vision’ instead of the regular 90º. His only goal is to infect as many humans as possible by slashing them once with the knife, each scoring him one frag. Each subsequent Zombie is given 2,500 health, moved to the (T) team and also reduced to using their knife only. Zombies are knocked backwards with each shot so their only hope of survival is attacking in numbers. A few well aimed shots to a zombie’s head and it comes off complete with blood spray! Most of the current custom models do not lose their heads at the present time.
Zombies can only use voice with other zombies, the same goes for humans as default but our server has all talk turned on. The round ends when either all the Zombies are killed, or all Humans have been turned to zombies.
With a team of dedicated Administrators and Coders we try our hardest to get on top of Valve updates almost instantly and hopefully in the near future no updating will be required after a Valve Steam Update. Each update is a learning process and we have almost eliminated all update quirks.
Most of the Models you see on the Zombie server are created by 3-D animators S-LoW and Elis of the Zombie Hell community located at http://zombiehell.info/index.php. These amazing folks created all the models used on the Zombie server and some of which are featured at fpsbanana.com and ZombieMod.com.
It all depends on the "Class" you choose. Each "Class" has different abilities such as Lara, who has very low gravity and can jump high where as Vance has normal gravity but can run much faster. Adjustments are made from time to time so you'll just need to try out the various models until you find the one your most comfortable with.
This is called "Knock Back". It's a feature installed within the mod that can be adjusted in the Zombie.cfg file. It's main purpose is to allow you a more even chance to escape or confront the opposing Zombie because they have additional features that under normal circumstances would allow them to easily over power you.
Because some players like the chance to play without being bothered with other players or needing to wait for other players to join the server before the game begins. The bot quota is set to 10 meaning that there are 10 bots at the beginning and as new players join the server, 1 bot leaves for every 1 player that joins. After 10 or more players, the bots are all gone.
We do not have any game servers at this time. However, If you and other members have ip addresses for servers you frequent please post them in the general section of the forums so other members can game together.
Currently you can find me on Play Station3 playing Nascar '14 and Nascar Inside Line. I drive the yellow Chevy SS with "Coroner" in red lettering on the rear and both sides of the car. Feel free to join in and race with me.
You can add attachments when you post a new post. You should see a Add an Attachment form below the main posting box. When you click the Browse... button the standard Open dialogue window for your computer will open. Browse to the file you want to attach, select it and click OK, Open or doubleclick according to your liking and/or the correct procedure for your computer. If you choose to add a comment in the File Comment field this comment will be used as a link to the attached file. If you haven't added a comment the filename itself will be used to link to the attachment. If Coroner has allowed it you will be able to upload multiple attachements by following the same procedure as described above until you reach the max allowed number of attachments for each post.
Coroner sets an upper limit for filesize, defined file extensions and other things for attachments on the board. Be aware that it's your responsiblity that your attachments comply with the boards acceptance of use policy, and that they may be deleted without warning.
Please note that the boards owner (Coroner), can not and will not take responsibility for any loss of data.
To delete attachments you'll need to edit your post and click on the Delete Attachment next to the attachment you want to delete in the Posted Attachments box. The attachment will be deleted when you click Submit to add the edited post.
To update a file comment you'll need to edit your post, edit the text in the File Comment field and click on the Update Comment button next to the file comment you want to update in the Posted Attachments box. The file comment will be updated when you click Submit to add the edited post.
On some forums adding attachments may be limited to certain users or groups. To add attachments you may need special authorisation, only Coroner or a Head Administrator can grant this access, you should contact them.
Coroner sets an upper limit for filesize, file extensions and other things for attachments on the board. Coroner or a Head Administrator may have altered your permissions, or discontinued attachments in the specific forum. You should get an explanation in the error message when trying to add an attachment, if not you might consider contacting them.
On some forums deleting attachments may be limited to certain users or groups. To delete attachments you may need special authorisation, only Coroner or a Head Administrator can grant this access, you should contact them.
On some viewing/downloading forums attachments may be limited to certain users or groups. To view/download attachments you may need special authorisation, only Coroner or a Head Administrator can grant this access, you should contact them.
You should contact Coroner. If you don't get an immediate response, then contact one of the Head Administrators and ask them for assistance. If the issue isn't resolved in a timely manner then send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or use the Contact Form. Please note that phpBB Group has absolutely no control and cannot in any way be held liable over how, where or by whom this board is used. It is absolutely pointless contacting phpBB Group in relation to any legal (cease and desist, liable, defamatory comment, etc.) matter not directly related to the phpbb.com website or the discrete software of phpBB itself. If you do email phpBB Group about any third party use of this software then you should expect a terse response or no response at all.