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abdominal bruit symptoms : Bluelight Support FAQ

Welcome to the Bluelight Support FAQ!

This will answer 95% of all questions you have. Use the links below to jump to the relevant section.


Table of Contents

Jump to: My Account
New Registrations
What's the difference between a Greenlighter? and a Bluelighter?
I forgot my BL password
I forgot my BL password and my registered email address is no longer valid (former employer/university, etc.)
Can I change my username?
How do I delete my account & posts?

Jump to: Subscriptions
How do I find the threads I have started or posted in?
Setting up an automatic "subscription" to every thread you post in
Accessing your subscribed threads

Jump to: Avatars
What's an avatar?
How do I get one?
Limitations on Avatars
I get the error 'Remote Uploads Are Disabled' when trying to upload an avatar

Jump to: Searching
Bluelight Basic Search
Bluelight Advanced Search
Bluelight Search Behaviour & Methodology
Google Co-op Search
Searching Bluelight using internet search engines

Jump to: Posting Features
What happened to signatures?
How do I make a poll?
How do I make 'NSFW' tags?
How do I insert an image into a post?

Jump to: Problems Posting
My page doesn't refresh properly when I hit the back button, or it loads an older page.
I've made a post and it doesn't show up!
My thread was closed and I don't know why!
Bluelight won't load for me / I get Server not found errors
I constantly have to log in again
I remain logged in, even when I click Log out
I am getting an 'Error 406' or a 'Bad Request'
Further problems with posting

abdominal bruits : My Account

New Registrations

Welcome to Bluelight

Upon registering, you will receive an email which will ask you to click on a link to activate it.

Please note that users who have not yet responded to the activation e-mail sent to the address they signed up with will only be able to post in the Support forum.

Still waiting for that email to arrive? Check your junk/spam folders.

Nothing in the spam folder? Try asking the system to resend it by clicking here.

99% of the new user's complaints about not being able to post are due to a failure to activate their account. Please ensure that you do this before you log a Support request.

What's the difference between a Greenlighter? and a Bluelighter?

First of all, a Greenlighter is a new member who has made fewer than 50 posts.

During this phase of your membership, your privileges will be restricted:

Greenlighters can Private Message (PM) anyone, but are limited to 1 PM every 3 hours. Use it wisely. Keep in mind that if you are caught abusing the PM function (trying to source, for example) there will be severe consequences.Greenlighters are restricted to 5 stored PMs (that includes everything: inbox, sent, drafts, archives). You'll have to continually delete old messages to make room for new ones.Greenlighters cannot attach files to messages.Greenlighters cannot post in The Lounge.Greenlighters cannot create a Blog or post in other people's Blogs.
Once you have made 50 posts, you will become a Bluelighter and you will be able to PM regularly, store 100 messages and post without restriction. Please note that it can sometimes take up to 24 hours for this change to take affect, so please be patient. Also, please don't create a new thread in the Support forum asking about this - come back tomorrow instead. It will almost certainly have happened overnight.

For more information on the other user titles, see this article in the Bluelight Wiki - Bluelight User Titles.

I forgot my BL password

If you forgot your password, click the Forgot Password link. Enter your registered email address and a password link will be sent to you. If you don't see the link in your email, check your junk mail folder - some email providers sometimes classify our automated messages as junk mail.

I forgot my BL password and my registered email address is no longer valid (former employer/university, abandoned due to spam, etc.)

We cannot help you with this because there is no way to verify your identity securely. Sorry.

Can I change my username?

See: a 'thank you' perk for donators - account name change

Current or ex members of staff in good standing are permitted a discretionary name change.

How do I delete my account & posts?

You can't delete your account. But you can delete your own posts... one at a time. Use the search engine to show all posts created by yourself, open each one, and click the 'edit' button next to each one. The delete option is there, and from that point onwards you'll know what to do. You're awesome enough to be reading this FAQ, so I have every faith in you.

However, your general awesomeness does not extend to deleting posts in closed or archived threads. The board software does not allow users to edit or remove their contributions when a thread is closed or archived. As such, you'll need to PM the forum moderators and ask them to do it. If you've already deleted the bulk of your other posts, the moderators should do this for you - although it remains at their discretion. If you get no joy via this route, feel free to report the posts in question and bring it to the attention of other staff members.

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How do I find the threads I have started or posted in?

In order to do this, you have to 'subscribe' to threads that you post in. Doing this manually is, naturally, a tedious task, so the forum software allows you to automatically subscribe to every thread you post in. This will keep all those threads in one, easy to access location and allow you to quickly identify threads where somebody may have responded to you.

This little guide will take you through the process of setting up an automatic subscription and (once you've done that) will show you how you can access all your subscribed threads from that point forward.

Setting up an automatic "subscription" to every thread you post in

First go to 'Settings' on the bar at the top right of every screen, just above the Bluelight banner. This is one of the ways you will be able to access your subscribed threads, but we aren't using it for that quite yet.



In the Settings page, you should see a vertical bar on the left side of the screen with lots of options.Scroll down until you see the "My Account" sectionUnder there one of the options is "General Settings". Click that.



Once there, find the section that says "Messaging & Notification"Then scroll down until you see "Default Thread Subscription".There is a drop down menu of options: "Do not subscribe", "Through my control panel only" and a couple of other options "using email".



Choose whichever option you'd like. Most people who choose to subscribe generally go with "Through my control panel only" so that their email inboxes dont get flooded.
From now on, any thread that you post in, you will be automatically subscribed to.

Accessing your subscribed threads

Now that you're into your auto-subscribing awesomeness, you now have two options on how to access your posts.

You can view only the threads you've subscribed to that have new, unread replies by going back into 'Settings' (top right of every screen, remember?).Or you can either view all threads you're subscribed to by clicking on 'Quick Links' and clicking 'Subscribed Threads' in the dropdown menu.


You can also manually subscribe to threads, which is helpful for threads that you havent posted in but want to keep an eye on. For those, go into the thread you want, and near the top, one of the options says "Thread Tools" It brings up another drop down menu, one of the options being "subscribe to this thread". An example is depicted in the image below.


abdominal bruits diastolic : Avatars

What's an avatar?

First of all, incase you don’t already know, the avatar is the little picture that appears under your username. It’s nice to have to show a little bit of your personality, and also helps in keeping track of who’s who when reading through a thread quickly. This is not to be confused with the profile picture, which will only show up in your profile, not as an avatar.

How do I get an avatar?

Now, this next bit may look long, but don’t worry, it’s a very simple step by step process that takes no more than a couple of minutes to complete. I promise. To get or change your avatar:
Go to the top of the page and click 'Settings'.



Once the screen loads, you should now have a bar of options on the left-hand side of your screen.Scroll down that list until you see “edit avatar”.



Click 'Use Custom Avatar'From there, you have two options: upload from an online source or upload from a folder on your computer.If you choose to upload from an online source, please note that the box in which you can put the image URL alrady has the "http://www." prefix added. Adding a full URL (which already has "http://www." prefixed to it) will simply result in an error message.



When you have entered the URL or found the location of your chosen picture on your computer, click 'Save Changes', and the new picture should confirm.

Limitations on Avatars

Irrespective of which method you utilise, there are limits on the size of file you can use. According to the upload screen, "the maximum size of your custom image is 50 by 50 pixels or 20KB (whichever is smaller)". Exceeding these limits is the most common cause of problems people encounter when trying to upload an avatar. (Please note that Greenlighters & Bluelighters are limited to a maximum avatar file size of 20KB; Staff and Bluelight Crew are permitted to use an avatar of up to 50KB.)

Resizing can be done quickly and easily in pretty much any basic paint or photoshop program. Consider resizing the picture on an online picture resizer and uploading the resized picture to a image hosting provider of your choice. Then upload the resized picture as your avatar.

If you have followed all of these steps and are still having problems, then you can contact a moderator or start a thread in Support.

I get the error 'Remote Uploads Are Disabled' when trying to upload an avatar

Yeah, that's cos they're disabled. You need to upload the image from your own hard disc. How do you get it there? Download it.

abdominal bruits lateral to umbilicus diastolic : Searching Bluelight: A quick guide to searching Bluelight

Bluelight Basic Search

Bluelight has a built-in search engine. The basic search can be accessed through one of three methods:

Site-wide Search: Via the little box in the top right of each page. Just enter some search terms in the text box, press the magnifying glass icon, and it will search the entire site.



Forum-specific Search: When viewing a particular forum (like, Support, or Cannabis Discussion, etc), you can click the 'Search Forum' link at the top of the forum's thread listings. Just enter some search terms in the resulting drop-down box, press the 'Search' button, and it will search only the forum you are currently in.



Thread-specific Search: When viewing a particular thread (like this one), you can click the 'Search Thread' link at the top of the thread's posts. Just enter some search terms in the resulting drop-down box, press the 'Search' button, and it will search only the thread you are currently in. This feature is useful for large MEGATHREADS that would take too long to read through.


No matter how many hits you get on your search term, Bluelight will only display 500 results. This is especially relevant if you search for a word that is used a lot on BL, like ecstasy or drugs.

Results are sorted by date, with the most recent ones first - not necessarily the most relevant.

This is quick and easy but may return too many results, particularly if you are searching the entire board. You will notice in all of the pictures above, that there is an option to switch to 'Advanced Search'...

Bluelight Advanced Search

Advanced search is similar but offers you options to target your search: you can specify to search whole threads, or just the thread title. You can limit your search to threads with a certain number of replies. You can limit your search to recent threads. You can sort your results by date, by thread length, by relevancy or by title.

You can also search for posts by user name, or limit your search to a particular forum. This is a very effective way of narrowing your search to the most useful posts and is the key to navigating Bluelight successfully.

Bluelight Search Behaviour & Methodology

The following should help you construct your search terms...
The built-in search engine cannot handle three-letter terms.The search defaults to AND: e.g. goat monkey finds any threads with both of the words goat AND monkey anywhere in the thread.You can specify a search for one or more words using OR: goat OR monkey finds any thread with either the word goat or the word monkeyUsing quote marks will search for an exact phrase:"goat monkey" will find nothing except those exact words, in that exact order. So using the quote marked terms: "Infinite Jest can't" will find threads containing the phrase "Infinite Jest can't read", "Infinite Jest can't write", "Infinite Jest can't be librarian... surely", etc.You can use an asterisk as a wildcard to match letters: e.g. typing ecstas* will match ecstasy; blueligh* will match bluelight, bluelighter, bluelighters, bluelight's.
Google Co-op Search

This is a custom search engine found (near the top of all pages) that permits three letter searches of Bluelight.

However, it doesn't search the sites as deeply as the regular Google site search, as explained above.

Searching Bluelight using internet search engines

If all else fails, you can use search engines to search just one site, in this case Bluelight. Use the "site:x" syntax, plus your search query.

For example: In Google, site:bluelight.ru "Infinite Jest" should find all mentions of the name Infinite Jest, including all the posts that Infinite Jest made. Google not being perfect, however, it doesn't - it misses several thousand posts as Google cannot find everything on the board. Also, Google only displays the first 1000 results, no matter how many hits you get.

Finally, be aware that the results will be in an order that is almost random, compared to the relevance ranked results that you get when you search the whole web.

This is because Google ranks websites by how many other sites link to them. So if you do a search on the whole web for MDMA, the top result is Wikipedia, because a lot of other sites link to that page. MDMA.net and Erowid are also highly ranked. But searching within a site like Bluelight doesn't work so well, because there are very few weblinks to individual threads to help Google determine which threads should be highly ranked. So basically your results will be quite random, although you can expect FAQs, which get linked to reasonably often, to be higher ranked.

In Yahoo!, AlltheWeb and Altavista use the same syntax: site:bluelight.ru Infinite Jest. In Ask and Microsoft Live (at the time of writing), this feature works very badly, so don't bother.

Note that each engine gives different results - different numbers of hits, and not all hits overlap between engines. If you're really looking for something specific and can't find it with one engine, try one of the other ones.

(With many thanks to Infinite Jest, who originally wrote this section)

abdominal bruitt : Miscellaneous Posting Features

What happened to signatures?

They were disabled because some people abused the feature. Only Bluelight staff are able to use signatures, and they must be related to Bluelight, e.g. links to guidelines or FAQs.

How do I make a poll?

Make a thread that's pollworthy, and ask nicely in the thread. Or PM one of the mods of the forum in question and talk about it with them and maybe they'll set it all up for you. Talking is good. (But rubbish polls aren't.)

How do I make 'NSFW' tags?

You can just write out the tags manually by writing [nsfw]what ever you want to hide here[/nsfw]
NSFW: It will show up like this
How do I insert an image into a post?

Since the 2011 upgrade there is no longer a functioning button for this. Instead you can just manually type out the code around the image again, like this: [img]image URL here[/img]. Try previewing your post to see if it works before you submit it.

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My page doesn't refresh properly when I hit the back button, or it loads an older page.

Press Control (or shift in Firefox) and hit the Refresh button to force your browser to reload the page. Also, do not use the back button, but navigate the site using the navigation links at the top of the page.

I've made a post and it doesn't show up!

In all likelihood your post is there, but your browser still shows you the old page. Don't re-post your story immediately. Press Control (or shift in Firefox) and hit the Refresh button to force your browser to reload the page. It should appear now.

My thread was closed and I don't know why!

Moderators are encouraged to make a post in each closed thread explaining why it was closed. If you know who closed your thread but you do not understand why, you can send them a polite PM (private message) asking why it was closed. If you do not know who closed it, you can PM any moderator of that forum. Being rude, aggressive, or accusatory does not get you answers, and will likely just cause more problems and make people less willing to help you, so just be nice, its easier on you and us. Moderators are not out to get you or close all your threads. I promise.

Bluelight won't load for me / I get Server not found errors

Perhaps there are transient network problems; try accessing the site again in a few minutes. Also double check if other sites have problems as well; if so it may be your provider. In a rare case, the server may be down or have a problem. If you keep receiving errors, your computer may have been inadvertently blocked in the firewall. Post in the Support forum from another computer if you need help. Be verbose about your problem; if possible mention your provider.

I constantly have to log in again

This is a common complaint and it always ends up being a problem with the user's computer. Here are some common troubleshooting steps:

Please enable cookies in your browser.Try clearing your cookie cache and then logging in again.Check that your computer's clock is not set to the wrong time. If it is set for the year 2020 or something, the cookies will not work.Make sure your roommate has not changed your settings or that you are not trying to use someone else's account.If you have any privacy software, make sure it is configured to allow cookies for www.bluelight.ru. Internet Explorer 6 has privacy features built in; if you see a red stop sign in your browser's status bar (bottom of window), it means a cookie is blocked. Adjust your privacy settings accordingly.Please try using a different browser or different computer to identify the source of the problem.Try ticking the "Remember Me" box when you log in. This works 99% of the time. If you are on a public computer or any computer other than your own, just be sure you log out when you are done, so that other people cannot access your account.
If this does not work, you can post a message as an unregistered user in the Support forum, but you shouldn't expect Bluelight to solve the problem for you as the problem is not with Bluelight but with your computer.

I remain logged in, even when I click Log out

This is a known problem with some browsers, most notably older versions of Internet Explorer and Safari. If this happens, you need to clear your browser's cookies manually. If you are unsure how to do this, post in the Support forum and mention your browser version. Sometimes clicking the Logout button twice helps.

Two outside links with methods for clearing cache or cookies from most major browsers are here and here.

I am getting an 'Error 406' or a 'Bad Request'

This error means that the server has rejected your request because of its contents. The explanation for this is technical: some sequences of characters and commands are often used by hackers to exploit security problems in software. Therefore, our firewall inspects all page requests to check for possible hacks. This can be compared to a virus scanner. It could be that your post contains some "dangerous" characters. See if your post contains any weird characters or punctuation which could be the problem, and try submitting it again.

The most common reason for this is the use of brackets/parentheses. And the use of the word 'system'. And especially both together. Try copying your whole post to Notepad, and then pasting/submitting it a chunk at a time into Bluelight. That usually highlights the suspected terrorist part of your post. The easiest way to do this is to make a thread in Testing Grounds, then submitting it one paragraph at a time. Once you find the offending paragraph, you can then repeat the process by sentence, then single words, and so on until you find the offending characters.

Another reason you may be receiving this error could be due to the length of your post. If your post is particularly long, you may need to submit it in chunks. A post that copies into MS Word as 6 pages long, for example, will likely cause this error.

Further problems with posting

Check out some of the most common problems in the Official "I cant post" MEGATHREAD (dont worry, they've all been grouped into one, easy to read post, so no searching through pages required )

Please PM a moderator if you have any suggestions/additions/amendments.

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