You might know that most Staff of the wiki have received pre-set username colours upon Big's request. However, Big has greenlighted the addition of choosing your own username style. I'll explain what you can pick, and after that, you can request your own username colour. Only rollbacks, moderators, admins and bureaucrats may have this.
You can choose between:
The following fonts:
Default fonts (= fonts available by default in Microsoft Office, e.g. Calibri, Arial Black, Verdana, Open Sans, Impact, Century Gothic, Comic Sans MS)
Animations on Hover: Things that happen when you hover your mouse over your username (e.g. changing size or color, becoming all-caps, gaining a text-shadow or having the existing one changed, having your username be mirrored, flipped upside down or rotated by certain degrees to either the left or right)
Please keep in mind that I might not be able to do everything you requested, I cannot access all fonts easily and CSS, the programming language used for username recolouring, has its limitations, so not every effect or animation is possible.
Per clarification; if you are not a rollback, moderator, admin or bureaucrat then you are NOT allowed to post on this thread, or on the Staff Discussion board in general. Your posts will be removed without exception and continued posting will force us to take action.
Sorry to bother you again. But now I'm starting to understand this more, so here is my final request. #ff3300 for font colour, Anton font, and the font shadow white, please. Also, if you can increase the text up two notches, that'd be alright. Again, this is the last time I'll be a bother.
Now that I'm a Content Moderator, here's what I'd like.
I'd like mine in Cooper Black. If not that, then Times New Roman in bold. I'd like text color to be orange, but a dark orange so it doesn't blend into the background. I want text shadow to be red, but if you run into problems, I can do without it altogether.
QUICK UPDATE: This website https://www.onlinewebfonts.com also allows @importing just like Google Fonts. If you can't find the font of your dreams on Google Fonts, go there. Who knows, you might find something awesome!
They have more fonts than Google Fonts including ones taken from fictional franchises. I definitely recommend skimming through it if Google Fonts is not your expectation.