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MrMedici  ·  48 days ago  ·  link  ·    ·  parent  ·  post: New to Hubski? Old to Hubski? Can't post? Come on in, let's discuss.

Thanks for the warm welcome, I really appreciate it. Hubski already seems like a place I'd fit in- A cleaner version of Reddit's "style" (though a dark theme would be great) paired with a smaller community/more leisurely environment and the ability to revive old posts. Now all I gotta do is earn that promotion so I can become a more active part of the community!




goobster  ·  48 days ago  ·  link  ·  

Howdy! There are several themes to choose from. Click on your username, then find the Settings link on the left column, and on the Settings page, the right column is called "Aesthetics". This lets you tune your hubsperience.

I just switched to the Dark theme for the first time, and am going to try it out for a bit.

steve  ·  48 days ago  ·  link  ·  

Dark theme is the only theme...

Devac  ·  48 days ago  ·  link  ·  

goobster got you covered. As far as exploring Hubski goes, I can tell you that unless you are going to click "inactivate account" there's nothing you'll regret (and even that is reversible as far as I know). Go to your profile, explore the settings, don't be afraid to ask if you are confused and generally get to know the place. Seriously, go around and click stuff to see how it works.

Actually, I can link you to some of the more 'advanced' features I found on Hubski:

It's a really cool site to explore and I can wholeheartedly recommend doing it. If you'll find a bug make a comment (or a post later on) about it and tag it as #bugski. mk is the site admin/owner/overlord so you might want to shout-out to him. How you make shout-outs? Click the 'markup tips' above every text field where you write your comments.

What kind of stuff would you like to post? I'm just curious.

MrMedici  ·  42 days ago  ·  link  ·  

I haven't quite decided yet, but I am into writing, so I'm thinking this might be a good place to share any examples of my work I feel are worth sharing. That and generally interacting with the community.