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Prepar3D.com Forum Usage Guidelines: Seven Easy Rules
Prepar3D.com provides these Forums as a service to its members, to provide a friendly environment, where members can help one another and exchange ideas, tips, news, and information.
These Forums are most valuable when everyone obeys certain basic guidelines and rules for behavior. We are listing these guidelines here so you know what is expected of you and what you can expect from others.
We appreciate your help in keeping the Prepar3D.com forum a clean and friendly community! The following are a few simple rules to keep in mind while you're here.
We are all here to learn - The purpose of this forum is to enable the members of the community to help each other, and share their experiences. If you are new to the forums and have questions, don't hesitate to ask. If you are a veteran of the forum and see new people joining the forums, please welcome them and help them out if you can.
Be Considerate - Everyone wants to have a good time on the Forums. Do not post harassing, threatening, abusive, lewd, or inflammatory comments. Flaming people, products, or organizations is never acceptable. Neither is trolling. Instead, be friendly, helpful, and supportive and the forum will be much more enjoyable for everyone. That isn't to say you can't talk smack or that this place is supposed to be like Sunday school. That said you are expected good judgment and don't get carried away.
Be Relevant - Please stay on topic. These Forums are provided to enable members to help each other in sharing their passion for Prepar3D and its legacy products that make up the vibrant community and ecosystem. Please refrain from discussing personal matters, abusing any company or product, or, in general, from posting in a manner unrelated to the direct purposes expected in the Forums.
Don't Break the Law - Do not make any unlawful, libelous, defamatory posts, or posts that infringe upon any intellectual property rights. Do not conduct any activity that may be illegal, or harmful in any way, to people, to software or hardware, such as hacking, flooding scripts viruses or Trojan horses. This also goes for references to any 'warez', cracks, serials or illegally obtained copyrighted content! Links to content of a questionable nature, asking for, offering, or asking for help/helping to process such content in any way or form is not tolerated.
Don't Spam - Do not use the forums in any way to promote third party services, products, websites, or organizations (except appropriate showcase posts in the Development Showcase Forum). Make sure that you are posting for the good of the community, not just for the sake of self-promotion. This also includes our PM/Email system. We take PM/Email/Post abuse very seriously, and it will result in the immediate removal of your membership and ban of your IP address, without warning.
Search Forum - Before posting a new question, please do read the forums relevant to your question to make sure it hasn't already been thoroughly covered. Please pay particular attention to any sticky threads (threads at the top of a category).
Do not send support questions via Private Messaging to team members. The only place to post technical questions is the forum. If you have a maintenance and support contract with Lockheed Martin, we will provide alternative channels for support. We do our best to provide answers to questions in the forums when we can and the development staff regularly scan the forums.
Keep those 7 easy rules in mind and the forum will be a better place for everyone. It is important that you understand that your participation in the Prepar3D.com forum is subject to modification, deletion, access limitation or ban, by admin staff, at their sole discretion, without notice or appeal.
Lockheed Martin staff makes every reasonable effort to monitor content, Lockheed Martin retains the right, at its sole discretion, to edit content and take action on any user account that it considers inappropriate.
Limitation of Liability. You understand that members like you contribute the content of these Forums, that Lockheed Martin does not control and is not responsible for it, and that Lockheed Martin does not in any way guarantee the truthfulness, accuracy, legality or completeness of any such content. You expressly understand and agree that you bear all the risks associated with such content and that Lockheed Martin is not responsible or liable in any way for such content, for its errors and omissions, and for any losses and damage incurred as a result of accessing or using such content. Lockheed Martin reserves the right to change its policies at any time.
By registering, and by posting in this community, you agree to abide by these Guidelines.
Subject to change without notice.
By joining Prepar3D.com forum, you agree to abide by the forum rules, and you understand that violations will not be tolerated.
Please report any member whom you feel to be in violation of these rules to a moderator or Site Admin immediately.
The Prepar3D Team