Thank you Wincustomize


Saturday, September 5, 2009 by jazzilady | Discussion: Community

I've been a member of Wincustomize for about 3 years, or more now, for about a year my walls were being rejected and I couldn't figure out way. I emailed one of the Admins after receiving another failure notification for a submittion of a wall entry. I finally decided to email this person back and ask them why I kept getting rejected. I thought for sure it was because I didn't register as a paid member here! I got an email back saying that I was submitting the wrong size preview! What a dummy I felt like! I want to personally thank for their volunteers who answer emails like mine! So, THANK YOU!!!


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Reply #21 Monday, September 7, 2009 10:41 AM

jazzilady....Admins aren't volunteers,

Conscription is alive and all starts with a lulled false sense of security.....then it's bondage and chains....

Reply #22 Monday, September 7, 2009 10:54 AM

that would be... subtracts

Detract, subtract - same diff.

Should be "no" diff... same diff is no diff with an ironical twist. Get the whiff of diff?

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Jafo! How's the come no updates/pix ( )?  How 'ironical' you should show up at this juncture. You have a 'grammar widget' on your desktop?


Reply #23 Monday, September 7, 2009 12:22 PM

You have a 'grammar widget' on your desktop?

I think it's a Funk and Wagnalls implant.

Reply #24 Thursday, September 10, 2009 9:48 PM

I guess I meant moderators, not administrators work as volunteers!

Reply #25 Friday, September 11, 2009 12:08 PM

In all fairness and in my own experience, whenever one of mine is rejected and it's for technical reasons, I always recieve another e-mail telling me what went wrong. I can testify for WOM and Snowman but there must be others. Do they all do the same?

Jazzilady, the bottom line is, you have some wonderful works. At the begining I started deleting those that were rejected but I stopped. Do you have a Gallery at Deviant Art? You can always see what others think of your works.

Keep on and let your spirit be your guide (gut feelings)

Reply #26 Friday, September 11, 2009 2:11 PM

I can testify for WOM and Snowman but there must be others. Do they all do the same?

Yes, there are others:

Hankers, Erk, HG Eliminator, elvee, ZubaZ, Island Dog and Jafo (Da spcheltjekker).

We all do, at varying degree preform the same job.
Hankers, Erk, HG Eliminator, elvee, WOM and me are all long time users (read: OLD) on Wincustomize. Some of us have been/are active skinners too.
ZubaZ and Island dog are actual Stardock employees.
Jafo is.... well, somewhere in between. He more or less helped the Stardock web-team "build" Wincustomize to what it is today - one of the greatest skin-sites on the interweb.

Reply #27 Monday, September 14, 2009 6:58 PM

No, I don't have a Deviant Art account, but I do have a website at that I started and share with some other artists. I appreciate the comment, and now that I understand the rules here, I will keep submitting walls and logons. I've always loved this site, and the members are all very supportive as well as the staff. Thanks for the advice, and I will keep on creating!

Reply #28 Monday, September 14, 2009 7:16 PM

Just had a quick peek at freewallz. Who created the A Dream wall? It's beautiful! So too Space Flight by Sally. Cool site, I'll Be back when I have more time. Thanks for the pointer.

Reply #29 Wednesday, September 16, 2009 1:56 PM

I created the Dream wallpaper, as with most of the walls there. I have 2 other artists who show their work as well. I'm so glad you visited! Welcome anytime!

Reply #30 Wednesday, September 16, 2009 2:22 PM

See your logo now heheh. Congrats also on freewallz2.

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