Where did you say that?
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If you have your text editor set to rich text, then you can just use "@". If you are on the old BBCode editor, you need to put the username between [@] and [/@]
I would strongly recommend the rick text editor, which is a lot easier to use.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. We typically don't allow second accounts, and the mods routinely sweep for them, so I would really discourage that route. We change usernames in the case of privacy concerns. If you are just bored with your name, we do request that you make a small donation to the Ronald McDonald House charities (at least $20) because changing usernames all day gets pretty onerous.
Why doesn't it ever work for L'Incandescent though?
It appears my reply didn't actually post which is too common due to my shitty work internet.
How do I use the rich text editor? Isn't that the default?
I've tried multiple ways, but I think it is the ' in Linc's name that causes the issue.
I just use the keyboard@ then the name works everytime
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