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Basic guide to strokes& footwork

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by Steplantis, Apr 25, 2002.

  1. TDotSmAsHer

    TDotSmAsHer Regular Member

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    Hey Steplantis, would this count as an article towards the article section?
     
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    Thanks Steplantis
     
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    am i the only one seeing the articles as japanese text?
     
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    Nope, your not alone Nanashi. I'm also seeing japanese and pictures. But there is some english on the menu bar.

    Oh yeah, thanks for the links Steplantis. Keep the links coming!
     
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    ok good.... it's too bad my IE won't d/l the japanese font though... i won't get to practise my japanese....
     
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    Sorry I forgot to mention that the site was in Japanese - that`s why I posted direct links instead of just leaving you to get through the menu. I`m not sure if it would count as an article - more pics than words.
    I`m working on translating another article from the Japanese Badminton mag so I`ll try and get it finished soon and posted up.
     
  7. TDotSmAsHer

    TDotSmAsHer Regular Member

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    Cool clips. Whats the new article gonna be about?
     
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    that's alright, i'm just pissed that my IE won't d/l the japanese fonts...
     
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    This is kinda off topic but how do you assign links to names like u did, when u click the description it takes u to the page, i know how to do links and all that but my html knowledge is limited (not for much longer i hope as i wanna learn it).

    Step could u tell me here or priv msg me with how u did it, that would be great mate.
     
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    When posting links, use the "http://" button at the top of the text field :)
     
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    I`ll send you a private msg.
    Also the next article I`m translating is about the smash - how to play it well and also including the jump smash.
     
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    Steplantis, i look forward to reading the next article. thanks for the hardwork.
     

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