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  1. It may be globally disabled.
  2. It may not be installed
  3. It may be disabled for your user group

There are several reasons why this could occur. First, ensure your username and password are correct*. If they are, contact the Site Administrator to make sure you haven’t been Removed. It is also possible the website owner has a configuration error on their end, and they would need to fix it.
*If you have a Uid account you can login with that.

You may not have to, but you need to register in order to post messages. registration will give you access to additional features not available to guest users such as definable avatar images, private messaging, emailing of fellow users, usergroup subscription, etc. It only takes a few moments to register so it is recommended you do so.

We are sorry to hear that. The e-mail form feature of this sit includes API safeguards to try and track users who send such posts, so e-mail the site administrator with a full copy of the e-mail you received. It is very important that this includes the headers that contain the details of the user that sent the e-mail. The site administrator can then take action.

If you are a registered Uid user, all your settings are stored in the unet database. To alter them, visit your webtop; just visit This system will allow you to change all your settings and preferences.

It is possible the time displayed is from a timezone different from the one you are in. If this is the case, visit your Uid Control Panel and change your 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 Uid users. If you are not registered, this is a good time to do so.

If you are sure you have set the timezone and Summer Time/DST correctly and the time is still incorrect, then the time stored on the server clock is different & doesn't just per user agent. All default times are in UTC +09 JST

There are two images which may appear along with a username when viewing forum posts. One of them may be an image associated with your rank, generally in the form of stars, blocks or dots, indicating how many posts you have made or your status on the site. Another, usually a larger image, is known as an avatar and is generally unique or personal to each user. It is up to the site administrator to enable avatars and to choose the way in which avatars can be made available. If you are unable to use avatars, contact the site administrator and ask them for their reasons.

Ranks along with titles, which appear below your username, indicate the number of posts you have made & identify certain users, e.g. moderators and administrators, staff. In general, you cannot directly change the wording of any site ranks/titles as they are set by the site administrator. Please do not abuse the site/forum by posting unnecessarily just to increase your rank. Most sites & forums will not tolerate this and the moderator or administrator will simply lower your post count.

Enter a search term in the search box located on the index, forum or topic pages. Advanced search can be accessed by clicking the "Advance Search” link which is available on all pages on the forum. works the same for everything else.

Your search was probably too vague and included many common terms which are not indexed. Be more specific and use the options available within Advanced search.

Your search returned too many results for the webserver to handle. Use "Advanced search” and be more specific in the terms used and forums that are to be searched.

Click your "username” at the top of any page to bring up your profile page. at the bottom of that you can search.

Your own posts can be retrieved via your own profile page. To search for your topics, use the Advanced search page and fill in the various options appropriately.

Bookmarking is bookmarking in your web browser. You aren’t alerted when there’s an update, but you can come back to the topic later. Subscribing, however, will notify you when there is an update to the topic or forum on the site via your preferred method or methods.

To subscribe to a specific forum, click the "Subscribe to the forum” link upon entering the forum, you can also get an rss feed. To subscribe to a topic, reply to the topic with the subscribe checkbox checked or click the "Enable e-mail notifications about answers” link within the topic itself.

To remove your subscriptions, go to the forum/topic and click the unsubscribe forum link.

To post a new topic in a forum, click the relevant button on either the forum or topic screens, or just scroll to the bottom. You may need to register before you can post a message. A list of your permissions in each forum is available at the bottom of the forum and topic screens. Example: You can post new topics, You can vote in polls, etc.

Unless you are an administrator or moderator, you can only edit or delete your own posts. You can edit a post by clicking the edit button for the relevant post, sometimes for only a limited time after the post was made. 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 which lists the number of times you edited it along with the date and time. This will only appear if someone has made a reply; it will not appear if a moderator or administrator edited the post, though they may leave a note as to why they’ve edited the post at their own discretion. 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 via your profile page. Once created, you can check the Attach a 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 button in your profile. If you do so, you can still prevent a signature being added to individual posts by un-checking the add signature box within the posting form.

When posting a new topic or editing the first post of a topic, click the "New Poll”  button next to the "New Thread"
button; if you cannot see this, you do not have appropriate permissions to create polls. Enter a title and at least two options in the appropriate fields, making sure each option is on a separate line in the text area. You can also set the number of options users may select during voting under "Enable possibility to choose several answers”, a time limit in days for the poll (0 for infinite duration) and lastly the option to have it be a poll only.

The limit for poll options is set by the website administrator; which is 10 options. There is no way to increase this currently.

As with posts, polls can only be edited by the original poster, a moderator or an administrator. To edit a poll, click to edit the first post in the topic; this always has the poll associated with it. If no one has cast a vote, users can delete the poll or edit any poll option. However, if members have already placed votes, only moderators or administrators can edit or delete it. This prevents the poll’s options from being changed mid-way through a poll.

Some forums may be limited to certain users or groups. To view, read, post or perform another action you may need special permissions. Contact a moderator or site administrator to grant you access with a code that may change at any time.

Attachment permissions are granted on a per forum, per group, or per user basis. The site administrator may not have allowed attachments to be added for the specific forum you are posting in, or perhaps only certain groups can post attachments. Contact the site administrator if you are unsure about why you are unable to add attachments.

The site administrator has their own set of rules for the site. If you have broken a rule, you may be issued a warning or reproof. Please note that this is the site administrator’s decision. Contact the site administrator if you are unsure about why you were issued a warning/reproof.

If the site administrator has allowed it, you should see a button for reporting posts under the post you wish to report. Clicking this will walk you through the steps necessary to report the post.

The siteadministrator may have decided that posts in the forum you are posting to require review before submission. It is also possible that the administrator has placed you in a group of users whose posts require review before submission. Please contact the site administrator for further details.

It is possible to bump the topic simply by replying to it, however, be sure to follow the forum rules when doing so.

BBCode is a special implementation of HTML, offering great formatting control on particular objects in a post. The use of BBCode is granted by the administrator, but it can also be disabled on a per post basis from the posting form. BBCode itself is similar in style to HTML, but tags are enclosed in square brackets [ and ] rather than < and >.

It may be possible to post HTML in a thread and have it rendered as HTML. Most formatting which can be carried out using HTML can be applied using BBCode instead. But if your post requires HTML anyway, post it and ask a moderater to help you.

Smilies, or Emoticons, are small images which can be used to express a feeling using a short code, e.g. :) denotes happy, while :( denotes sad. The full list of emoticons can be seen in the posting form. Try not to overuse smilies, however, as they can quickly render a post unreadable and a moderator may edit them out or remove the post altogether. The site administrator may also have set a limit to the number of smilies you may use within a post.

Yes, images can be shown in your posts. If the administrator has allowed attachments, you may be able to upload the image to the forum. Otherwise, you must link to an image stored on a publicly accessible web server, e.g. You cannot link to pictures stored on your own PC (unless it is a publicly accessible server) nor images stored behind authentication mechanisms, e.g. hotmail or yahoo mailboxes, password protected sites, etc. To display the image use the BBCode [img] tag, it maybe $image$.

Global announcements contain important information and you should read them whenever possible. They will appear at the top of every forum and within your User Control Panel. Global announcement permissions are granted by the site administrator.

Announcements often contain important information for the forum/site you are currently reading and you should read them whenever possible. Announcements appear at the top of every page in the forum to which they are posted. As with global announcements, announcement permissions are granted by the site administrator.

Sticky topics within the forum appear below announcements and only on the first page. They are often quite important so you should read them whenever possible. As with announcements and global announcements, sticky topic permissions are granted by the site administrator.

Locked topics are topics where users can no longer reply and any poll it contained was automatically ended. Topics may be locked for many reasons and were set this way by either the forum moderator or site administrator. You may also be able to lock your own topics depending on the permissions you are granted by the site administrator.

Topic icons are author chosen images associated with posts to indicate their content. The ability to use topic icons depends on the permissions set by the site administrator.

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Any of the administrators should be an appropriate point of contact for your complaints. You should use the contact us link. If this still gets no response then you should contact the owner of the domain (do a whois lookup) or, if this is running on a free service (e.g. Yahoo!, Ucoz, etc.), the management or abuse department of that service. Please note that the Phantom Corporation has absolutely no jurisdiction and cannot in any way be held liable over how, where or by whom this Site is used. Do not contact the Phantom Corporation in relation to any legal (cease and desist, liable, defamatory comment, etc.) matter not directly related to the Phantom Corporation. If you do e-mail Phantom Corporation then you should expect a terse response or no response at all.

Administrators are members assigned with the highest level of control over the entire site. These members can control all facets of site operation, including setting permissions, banning users, creating usergroups or moderators, etc., dependent upon the site owner and what permissions he or she has given the other administrators. They may also have full moderator capabilities in all forums, depending on the settings put forth by the site owner.

Moderators are individuals (or groups of individuals) who look after the forums & site from day to day. They have the authority to edit or delete posts and lock, unlock, move, delete and split topics in a forum they moderate. Generally, moderators are present to prevent users from going off-topic or posting abusive or offensive material.

If you do not use the Log in with Uid when you login, the site will only keep you logged in for a preset time. This prevents misuse of your account by anyone else. To stay logged in, use your uid to login(you automatically get a uid when you register). On the uid login page you can specify if your using a shared computer, you will be logged off once you leave the site. If you do not see this option, it means the site administrator has disabled this feature and is using local user cache & you may have not gotten a uid.

Usergroups are groups of users that divide the community into manageable sections site administrators can work with. Each user can belong to several groups and each group can be assigned individual permissions. This provides an easy way for administrators to change permissions for many users at once, such as changing moderator permissions or granting users access to a private forum.

You cannot view all the usergroups nut you can see all the users and what group they're in. If you would like to join one, contact the site administrator. Not all groups have open access, however. Some may require approval to join, some may be closed and some may even have hidden memberships. If the group is open, you can join it by asking or if a test is available. If a group requires approval to join you may request to join. The site admin will need to approve your request and may ask why you want to join the group. Please do not harass a group member if  your request is rejected; the admin will have their reasons.

Don’t panic! While we cannot reset it, it can easily be retrieved (After verification). Visit the uid login page and click Forgotten password. Follow the instructions and you should be able to log in again shortly.

A usergroup leader is usually assigned when usergroups are initially created by an administrator. If you are interested in creating a usergroup, your first point of contact should be an administrator; try sending a private message or email.

First, check your username and password. If they are correct, then new registrations need to be activated, either by yourself or by an administrator* before you can logon; this information was present during registration. If you were sent an e-mail, follow the instructions. If you did not receive an e-mail, you may have provided an incorrect e-mail address. If you are sure the e-mail address you provided is correct, try contacting an administrator.
*if you have a uid then YOU must activate your uid account.

It is possible for the site administrator to assign a colour to the members of a usergroup to make it easy to identify the members of this group.

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