I'd be cool with still using bass-baritone as a type, since we tend to be a bit sparing with the use of the bass label. But baritenor doesn't really seem necessary. Usually we're able to come to a consensus one way or the other on singers labeled as baritenors. I think that's where the extra write-ups are good. Like with Tom Jones, where we have him down as a baritone, but mention in the full description how he is sometimes seen as a baritenor because of his ability to emulate tenor-like high belting.
You can use bass-baritone for all I care, but I'd want to keep the primary voice types down to six as those generalizations will be easier to distinguish for anyone looking at the guidelines for the first time.
I suppose it could be useful to also acknowledge that just because we don't spend as much time discussing 'baritenors' and 'bass-baritones' that doesn't mean we don't think they exist, as to avoid misunderstandings such as this one.
Inspired by a conversation in the TRP Discord, I realized that I should probably inform those unaware that this is an option:
You can access this option in through . Checking "BBCode" will henceforth consistently redirect you to the BBCode part of the post when in or , as opposed to having you forcibly switch from Preview to BBCode (which, as some of you may know, causes glitches in the spoiler codes and creates unnecessary spaces).
I much prefer this setting myself, as the Preview part of ProBoards' WYSIWYG editor isn't reliable with the plugins we have installed on the forum as it stands (in other words, you could say, what you see is not what you get), and it creates more problems in place of the ones you were aiming to fix. If you want to thoroughly review your own post, my solution has always been just PMing it to myself on the forum.
All of that might seem like the long way around, but, trust me, it keeps your OP easier to maintain and even your code easier to understand with all the anomalies weeded out.
Wew, I love triple posting. Anyway, our site has an official email for you to contact staff at now! firstname.lastname@example.org
Since you can't see anyone's profile without having logged into your account, we realized that there's actually no way to contact staff without an account, which might prove problematic in a number of ways. So, with the introduction of this email, if for one reason or another you either don't have an account or can't access your current one, we can discuss any matters relating to the forum, everything from communicating with third parties to ban appeals.