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Since the thread, Should we have community ads? seems to have been taken quite positively, we are rolling out the feature.

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asked Jun 26, 2014 in Public Official Posts by dimension10 (1,975 points) [ revision history ]
edited Mar 31, 2016 by dimension10

@Dilaton I've thought of that, but it would require polarkernel to write a plugin (for the sake of accuracy).

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no SVG so far

answered Jan 3, 2018 by JakobS (95 points) [ revision history ]

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