Happy 10th anniversary heart This has been a big week for you all and I'm happy to share in such a momentous occasion and grand celebration.
I'm posting in response to the Green Goo glitch. I'm glad it's fixed but it has some unintended side effects. PNG is supposed to be a lossless format, but I think there's an issue with the way avatars compress during saving. I've noticed several of my items having compression issues after the fix, and I have provided an example below:
Before the fix -> After the fix; My eyes are now weirdly compressed and Jet's head is an awful mess of horrid compression - from the white streaks on his head to the bleeding of his left eye. There's definitely an issue here sad
Just wanted to say Happy Anniversary! Thank you for this wonderful site and all the work that you do to make it a community it is. I know it takes users to help make it a community, but we wouldn't have stuck around if it didn't have such an amazing team behind it. We might be the water to help it grow but you guys are the seed, the soil and the sunlight. Thank you so much for everything. <3
I would just like to say that for the past 7 years gaia has been a large part of my life..I have met some wonderfully amazing people on here and I have improved on my art skills immensely! Thanks so much for making this site as awesome as it is and I plan to be here for many more years to come.
Grats gaia staff for a job well done and here is to ten more years!
Happy 10th, admins and mods! It's incredible how long Gaia has been here and how strong it's going now!
Anyway, here's my question: How high is the storyline on the list of priorities? And by that, I mean, do you all try to put a lot of work into it? Does it matter much if the story isn't well received? I've noticed there has been more and more effort to give Gaia a good plot, since it's been...kind of mediocre in the past (we've come so far...It's hard to believe that at one point, the story just revolved around a love triangle between Ian, Sasha, and Gino....).