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Jan 22 2010, 08:42 AM
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Members who join FreewareBB will notice certain restrictions on our site, such as moderation of your post's until you reach an approved post count of 10. We also display advertisements on the site to help pay for hosting costs. However, as an Advanced Member you will have all advertisements removed from your view and will enjoy unmoderated access to our site.

You can become an Advanced Member in two ways, the first is by reaching a post count of 10, the other is by sponsoring FreewareBB and subscribing to the paid "Advanced Membership - No Ads!" package. The subscription is for life, no monthly or yearly charges, just one small payment and you will also be contributing to the future of your favourite freeware site!

To subscribe now, simply visit your control panel HERE and select the package - secure payment is via PayPal.

(Guest's who have not yet created an account on FreewareBB can choose this package on registration)

Advanced Members also enjoy the following adjustments to their accounts ...

Max file space for uploads (inc. PMs and posts)
Normally 10Mb, Advanced Members 50Mb

Max file space per post
Normally 1Mb, Advanced Members 10Mb

Personal photo upload size
Normally 100KB, Advanced Members 1Mb

Attachments allowed in PMs
Normally NO, Advanced Members YES

Flood control search delay
Normally 10 seconds, Advanced Members 3

Max number of storable messages
Normally 10, Advanced Members 100

Voting
Normally yes but can't change votes, Advanced Members yes and can change vote

Edit posts
Normally yes within 5 minutes of post, Advanced Members yes any time

Can remove 'Edited by notice'
Normally NO, Advanced Members YES

Avoid moderation queue
Normally NO, Advanced Members YES

Change display name
Normally NO, Advanced Members YES

 


 



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