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14 September 2011 @ 11:14 pm
Any books you'd like to see? Leave 'em here!
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21 May 2011 @ 01:42 pm

title: Batman, Incorporated #5 - Masterspy
artist(s): Yanick Paquette
writer(s): Grant Morrison
download: here @ mediafire


title: Batman, Incorporated #6 - Nyktomorph
artist(s): Chris Burnham
writer(s): Grant Morrison
download: here @ mediafire
 
 
13 April 2011 @ 11:28 pm
Sorry about the lack of updates lately, guys. Mediafire has been giving me some trouble and my Megaupload account recently expired. Expect things to start becoming more regular again soon and always feel free to request things. Thanks for sticking around.
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27 February 2011 @ 02:28 pm
Welcome to comicexchange . This is a file sharing community that will hopefully meet all your needs.

Your current mod is: jessikacast

1. We take time out of our lives to upload, so please take five seconds to let us know if you are taking anything.
2. Please don't fight with anyone or I will put you in time out.
3. Everything is tagged for your easy access: follow the tag link.
4. If for some reason one of the download links is dead, let the poster know. Politely.
5. These rules are subject to change at anytime seen fit.
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26 February 2011 @ 04:57 pm
TITLE TAGS
Character/Team.

EXAMPLE:
Batman: The Killing Joke would be tagged title: Batman
Wonder Woman: Gods of Gotham would be tagged title: Wonder Woman
Gotham City Sirens would be tagged title: Gotham City Sirens
Aquaman: Time and Tide would be tagged title: Aquaman


WRITER TAGS
First two characters of the artist name.

EXAMPLE:
Jeff Lemire would be tagged writer: JE
Neil Gaiman would be tagged writer: NE
Alan Moore would be tagged writer: AL
Frank Frazetta would be tagged writer: FR


ARTIST TAGS
First two characters of the artist name.

EXAMPLE:
Gabriel Bá would be tagged artist: GA
Lou Fine would be tagged artist: LO
Neal Adams would be tagged artist: NE
Gail Simone would be tagged artist: GA


SPECIAL CASES
- TITLES THAT HAVE 'THE' AS THE FIRST WORD OF THEIR NAME ARE NOT TAGGED 'TH', BEGIN TAGGING UTILIZING THE FIRST TWO LETTERS OF THE NEXT WORD.
- DO NOT UTILIZE ACCENTED LETTERS OR PUNCTUATION
- TITLE NAMES THAT BEGIN WITH NUMBER SHOULD BE TAGGED UTILIZING THE FIRST TWO CHARACTERS, WHETHER THEY'RE NUMBERS OR LETTERS. SEE EXAMPLES FOR CLARIFICATION.
- TITLE NAMES THAT UTILIZE SPECIAL CHARACTERS FOR THE FIRST AND/OR SECOND CHARACTER ARE TAGGED AS SUCH WITH EXCEPTIONS FOR PUNCTUATION. PLEASE SEE EXAMPLES.
- FOR TITLE NAMES THAT DO NOT UTILIZE ROMAN LETTERS, PLEASE USE THEIR ROMANIZED EQUIVALENTS.

EXAMPLE (with, uh, music):
The Magnetic Fields would be tagged MA
The Black Keys would be tagged BL
Réplica would be tagged RE
Múm would be tagged MU
5.6.7.8's would be tagged 56
9mm Parabellum Bullet would be tagged 9M
!!! would be tagged !!
A.C. Newman would be tagged AC
L'Arc~en~Ciel would be tagged LA
清春 (Kiyoharu) would be tagged KI
서태지 (Seo Taiji) would be tagged SE


If you need any clarification on the new tagging system, please comment here. I wrote this guide up pretty quickly and may have missed a few things. I know some of the exceptions are a bit odd but I don't forsee too many problems since most title/artist/writer tags, etc. don't fall underneath the exceptions category.
 
 
26 February 2011 @ 04:20 pm
Hey guys, a mod post here. Here are the community guidelines for comicexchange .

+ New members, DO NOT make your first "post" (whether requesting or giving gifts) as a comment on that entry! Those comments are screened so nobody else can see them. Your files will never be shared, they will go unloved, and will eventually die.

Instead, post directly to the community.

The most important parts are bolded.

Table of Contents
- General, Helpful Rules About Posting (how to lock posts (make them members-only), common courtesy, using cuts, protecting your own links)
- Before You Request... (How to: check the tags, explanation of special tags)
- When Requesting (what is indie?, any specifics you need to add)
- Re: Discographies
- Guide to Tagging (How to: tag posts)

General, Helpful Rules About Posting

1. MAKE SURE YOUR POSTS ARE MEMBERS-ONLY


The settings on this community are set so that posts are automatically members-only. However, when posts are edited, sometimes the security level changes to "public". Please check that your post is locked!

+ If you don't know how to do to this:

When posting an entry, at the bottom there is a little drop-down menu that says "Show this entry to:". Select "Members".

See screencap:



If your post is locked (members-only), a little lock will appear by your post (once it has been posted):

You can also log out of all LJ accounts and view the Comic Exchange homepage. If you can see any posts other than the "Members Only" post, your entry is public.

2. It's just common courtesy to say "thanks" to people when they help you out.

+ When saying thanks, you must directly reply to comments. Most people have their settings changed so that they receive notifications when there are replies to comments, entries, and posts. By directly replying to comments, they'll know their help was appreciated. (This is also true when you want a re-up... people usually will not know unless they get that wonderful e-mail notification from LJ.)

If you want to fix your settings to receive notifications, you can do so here. Check the box in the "Email notifications" section that says "Receive email notifications when others comment".

3. Use cuts!

+ If you don't know how to use one, see this for help.

If you are posting a LOT of uploads, please use a cut. This helps the community pages to load more quickly.

IF YOU ARE USING A CUT, POST A LIST OF THE TITLES IN THE CUT TEXT, OR OUTSIDE OF THE CUT. This allows the entry to be searched in the tags by using Ctrl+F or Apple+ F.

+ TRY NOT TO POST REQUESTS UNDER A CUT. If your request is filled, the entry will not be Ctrl+F'able without the text of the artist outside the cut.

4. Keeping your own links alive

It is recommended that you protect your own links. The reason for protecting links is to prevent tracking back to this community. It's not for only copyrighted material, it's for EVERYTHING.

WAYS YOU CAN PROTECT YOUR LINKS:
1. Change links to hxxp instead of http.
+ This forces people to copy the URL, paste it into a new window, and change the xx to tt. This, in turn, prevents the servers used (sendspace, etc.) from tracking where the link clicks are coming from, and possibly deleting your files for violating their Terms of Service.

2. Post a link without the http.
+ It will then not be considered a link on LJ, and you can't click it. (Which, again, forces people to copy/paste into a new window.)

Example:

www.livejournal.com
livejournal.com

3. Add http://anonym.to/? to the front of your link.
+ This also prevents the tracking of clicks. NOTE: there is a question mark after the last slash.

Example:

http://anonym.to/?http://www.livejournal.com

*** YOU MUST USE HTTP WHEN YOU POST YOUR OWN LINK AFTER THE ANONYM***
If you only make a link like http://anonym.to/?www.livejournal.com, it doesn't work.

4. Use http://anonym.to/?, but also keep the link as hxxp (as "extra protection"). Your choice.

Example:

http://anonym.to/?hxxp://www.livejournal.com

IN ADDITION TO ANY OF THE ABOVE, YOU CAN:

1. Rename your files to something unrelated and random.
+ Could lessen the chances of deletion of your file for violating TOS.

DO NOT REPORT OTHERS' LINKS! This is just unfair to them, and it's a pretty rude thing to do.

5. Before You Request...

- Check the the tags
- Specify If a particular server doesn't work with your computer, then specify what DOES work for you.


Examples of servers: sendspace, mediafire, megaupload, filesend, divshare, 4shared, badongo, rapidshare.



The most important thing to remember:

Neither the mods or members of indie_exchange are responsible for what you do with anything you collect here.

Thanks for reading!
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