I just love how you added a direct link to the user rights page, it shows you want to make my life that much easier assuming I would and you believe in Yasir that much. I don't have problems with giving users mod and admin left and right because it's very unlikely for users like Yasir to abuse it.
The other day i found that Mettaton place my multi wikia CSS file on his wikia so I placed a banner on his wiki and told him to remove the file. In the message thread, Mettaton links to frozenstar's user page. I think he is suggesting that Frozenstar actually is Mettaton8's alt account. Due to this concern, I must ban Frozenstar.
Sure I can add the blue gradient u request and I can make the gradient go from any angle, I usually set it go 90 degrees (from left to right as opposed to 0 degrees which goes top to bottom). You also have the option of a texture background for your username and for fonts, it depends on whether the font is free or not. It it's free and if I already imported the font into the CSS, I can add it right away. If it's free and not imported in my CSS file, I have no problem importing it. If it's not free then I would not be able to import the font but I could have the font specified for your username and have backup fonts in case devices dont support the font.
Just tell me what font u want and I can see if its free or not, you can also ask what backup font u want, as long as that is free, if not, I usually set it to Roboto.
Please make my name in Trade Winds and if you can add a tiny bit of waviness like a ship sail in the wind onto each letter. Also, if you can, put Fro Zen instead of Frozenreflex because I like to go by Fro Zen.
Specifically, what color(s) do you want on the lines? A gradient just like the one on ur username, fill colors, or something else? If you're talking about the Payprus font (the one the character Papyrus used in Undertale), unfortunately the font is not free but I can do one of the following:
Write in the CSS file to have ur name in Papyrus font but not have the Papyrus font online. This would mean that the font can only be seen by users who have the font installed on their computer (It's pre-installed on Windows, on Windows 10 at least). I would then put in a backup font in case some devices don't have the papyrus font. I can do you
Not use the Papyrus font at all and use the Parchment MF font (which looks very similar to papyrus font) which is free.
I just realized I can specify the papyrus font for users with the papyrus font installed on devices and have the Parchment MF font as a backup for devices without papyrus.
Write in the CSS file to have ur name in Papyrus font but not have the Papyrus font online. This would mean that the font can only be seen by users who have the font installed on their computer (It's pre-installed on Windows, on Windows 10 at least). I would then put in a backup font in case some devices don't have the papyrus font.