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I remember reading when WI bucks first were issued that they were going to have a store ~ and that you could purchase the annual WI Insider member with them ~ I haven't heard anything else about it ~ is there a WI buck store yet?
Rainbow text would be nice in one way but I think many would use it for long posts making those posts difficult to read. All forums have free colors and there are html codes for custom colors you don't see in the forum options..so you would be using your WI bucks for something that already is free to you to use. I am not sure people would want to get rid of their WI bucks for something you can do already. Love your siggy! There is not a store yet, but you can use your WI bucks for the membership to WI that removes ads.
Hmm... I would like this, actually, but what I did for a while is put [color=][/color] tags around my text, and I put the aa6600 code into the space between the = and the ]. That was because I wanted to use that color for all of my posts, and they didn't have the color in the default options. It may sound hard, though I got used to it after a while. I still think this idea would be good - just maybe not the rainbow text.
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