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AFA on 2012-03-12 03:56:44
Were it not for the fact I would like to be able to use this file myself I would wright and record it in a heartbeat. There are a lot of permanent furry files out there I would love to use, but I know that if I did I would have problems for this exact reason. It's a real shame though it got voted down, but I hope someone picks it up anyways. If anyone would like to make this file and would like some assistance contact me and I'll see if I can make and improvements if there needs to be, or if you want a tester I may be up for that as well. (I would have to listen to a permanent furry file myself that works though. XP)

dachshund on 2012-01-23 02:30:40
Wow, so much hate - I know how the "against" feature evolved but it's still a joykill. So a good word here - I can't really vote -for- this because I don't imagine using it on its own, but it's a wonderful idea that belongs in more scripts from the get-go - a safety valve that's part of a file's effects keeps the subject from feeling at odds with the effects, so reinforces them (disorienting Orangina commercials notwithstanding). Hope you see it turn up places, even if it doesn't get recorded on its own (or ignore me if it already has, I'm out of the loop!). You're thinking in the right direction, says this doggy - but I suspect most visitors do like to vote up a good 'all-in-one' experience, rather than planning to mix and match playlists from the get-go.