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Old 14th Oct 2017, 7:25 PM #51
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Originally Posted by GrijzePilion
If everything operated on a donation principle, it'd be a new shade of socialism and it'd be glorious. See: Americans using GoFundMe to pay for their medical bills, crowdfunded games, politics-related petitions et cetera.
And you guys are absolutely right about Patreon and things like that, it's a great and not at all objectionable way to make some money on the side.

Donations is fine. I've got nothing aginst donations. Just keep in mind that it's only a donation if it
A: is voluntary
B: offers no gifts, no special CC, or isn't otherwise a pay item in disguise.

If you have to donate to get a special item, it's a pay item. Don't get tricked into tinking otherwise. There's no difference between "donate to get item X" and "pay to get item X".

If people use sites like Patreon to offer "special downloads" not downloadable for free (maybe unless it's available after a certain time), it's essentially a version of a pay site.
Old Today, 1:21 PM #52
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Yeah the same Jeweller Add was popping up continually in IE11 before I could click the Save as button. I fixed it by changing to Edge, so maybe try Chrome or something, it seems IE11 is at its use by date. 2- 6 bad certificate errors popped up on every second page of TSR and the "show all content" thing was rampant there.

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