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I'm changing my name...

Chris D

XenForo developer
Staff member
#1
Well, hopefully. Subject to moderators approving my request.

You all know me as Yorick.

But actually I'm more frequently known as Chris_D - 9 years ago this was the best my imagination could come up with when signing up to a forum... and it kinda stuck.

Here, I'd quite like to be known by my full name (Chris Deeming).

So - just to save confusion - if you see someone called that posting here, it's just good ol' Yorick ;)
 

Shelley

Well-known member
#5
Well, hopefully. Subject to moderators approving my request.

You all know me as Yorick.

But actually I'm more frequently known as Chris_D - 9 years ago this was the best my imagination could come up with when signing up to a forum... and it kinda stuck.

Here, I'd quite like to be known by my full name (Chris Deeming).

So - just to save confusion - if you see someone called that posting here, it's just good ol' Yorick ;)
I'll remember you despite the name change as you've provided good support in the xenforo support areas and been helpful to people. (y)
 

Adam Howard

Well-known member
#11
I'd like to have my user name here changed to, Adam. But I've not figured out how to do it without registering a new account.

In all honest, I thought the title of this thread was another member announcing they're changing their site name. LOL

Was going to tell you that I have a domain (a few) I no longer want and am willing to transfer over to someone else. .... While on the subject, whoever wants it and gets this 1st.... boardforus.us EPP key:
Code:
c267963e92befa1;
 

Saeed

Well-known member
#13
Usually Ashley deals with user name changes, after proper verification of your email address with your user account here.

I sent him a PM when I wanted mine changed. :)
 

Sadik B

Well-known member
#16
An ideal opportunity to show off my Shakespeare prowess! ;)

"What's in a name? That which we call a rose. By any other name would smell as sweet." Romeo and Juliet (II, ii, 1-2).