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In fear of seeming like a complete noob...

Discussion in 'Toontown General Discussion' started by Lollipop Zooblesnook, Sep 10, 2008.

  1. I'm curious about what a catalog toon is for.

    :blushing: I feel like a doofus for asking but gotta find out some how.

    Thanks! :dunce:
  2. A catalog toon is just a toon on your account that is used to buy gifts for your other toons. Never really leveled up, and that was a good question.
  3. Squeaker

    Squeaker Guest

    I'm really impressed that noone here has ever balked at any question raised! That was a good one... Some of us are guilty of very obvious - almost embarassing ones. Any question asked has always been answered in a very straightforward way and I appreciate it myself! Thanks guys! And as soup has already answered that one, keep 'em coming!
  4. Little Sadie

    Little Sadie Guest

    No question is too silly. I remember wondering why I never got Bingo when it was blinking. Little did I know that all I had to do was click on the word Bingo. It wasn't til I complained to a SF that I was finally told what to do.
  5. ZippyW

    ZippyW Guest

    WHAT THE HECK? Click on the blinking Bingo?!!!! That's CRAZY!!! I just always assumed it went in my bank!~Sheez-louise. :love:
  6. Little Sadie

    Little Sadie Guest

    It does go into your bank. I was referring when you see toons yell Bingo! I thought you automatically yelled it when you actually got the Bingo. I had no idea that you had to click the button to yell it.
  7. Granjell

    Granjell Guest

    It took my daughter yelling in my ear to actually click on the picture of the fish in the bingo card to select it. It was like the third time we'd played, and I had no clue how the bingo thing worked. It was probably several times later that I really got a bingo and noticed how the word started blinking.

    I get by with a little help from my friends...
  8. Little Sadie

    Little Sadie Guest

    That reminds me. I too didn't even know to click on the fish to mark it! LOL! I thought it was broke. I would catch the fish, the mickey head would start blinking. I thought it marked it automatically. I would cast again only to have that stupid mickey head disappear. Took my daughter to tell me what I was doing wrong. LOL! Wow, what a noob I was. And still are in some ways. LOL!
  9. Granjell

    Granjell Guest

    Woo Hoo - now I get to tell MY daughter that I'm not the only mom who has done that! Thanks! Good to know I'm not alone.
  10. ZippyW

    ZippyW Guest

    Oh, okay! I wondered why I wasn't the one yelling bingo, and for a while I even had the Bingo! speed chat so I could do it!! LOL!

    What I smack my forehead over was how dense I was about planting the trees. I had to pull them up TWICE to get it right! Also, it took a long time for me to get why River was always red, and I didn't understand until I was doing CFO why anyone cared so much about invasions!
  11. Ahhh.. makes sense. Thank you.

    This is a great community and everyone is so helpful. You guys are great!

  12. I was so confused about the invasion thing too. The first time I ran into that was in Bossbot HQ and the 3 toons I was with kept saying "Wait!" What exactly were we waiting for? hee hee. It only occurred to me once I started needing Merits etc.
  13. Flippers

    Flippers Guest

    My very first toon was a catalog toon. I wasnt allowed to customize the name after the trial and he sat there in the green house with the first stuff coming in ahead of all the other toons. Eventually he was tossed on his tail to allow smusher to take the house over.