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Help Desk - Site News and Site Problems ONLY Discussion, setting someone to Ignore and Block in Registration Problems/Site Related Issues; I think that when you set someone to Ignore or block so they can't msg you and you don't see ...
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    setting someone to Ignore and Block

    I think that when you set someone to Ignore or block so they can't msg you and you don't see what they type
    it still messed up
    because you can see that they posted something and it makes you curious to see what they posted so you go and open it up
    i think that if you set someone to ignore they should not be able to see any of your posts and vice versa you should no tbe able to see any of there pots
    including the actually post part when you can see the name and info
    just not what there post says
    i think the the ignore function is useless the way it is set up
    and this should be taken into consideration
    could cause a lot less drama if it was set up a proper better way

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    Re: setting someone to Ignore and Block

    People create drama, not internet forums
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    Re: setting someone to Ignore and Block

    Somehow we manage...
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    Re: setting someone to Ignore and Block

    Quote Originally Posted by drewsdeville View Post
    People create drama, not internet forums
    true but still when you post someone on ignore its for a reason and you want to try and prevent anymore drama
    so if it still allows them to view what you post and
    also lets you see that they have posted something makes you curious to see what they said to only upset you when you read it perhaps or perhaps not
    i think if you have someone on ignore you should not see there titling or anything at all
    other forums im on has this option i know because iv used it one 1 person in the past and we made up with our differences and now we choose to have not ignore for each other but still
    there is no darn point to have ignore as an option if you can still see what they are posting even if it doesn't show there actually post but shows they posted something and if they are able to see what you post
    well this function can suck a a bottle of Blue BAWLS for what its worth which is nothing
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    Re: setting someone to Ignore and Block

    I think that's part of the forum software itself, not something Sal can control. Just be mature and deal. There's nothing that can be done from here that I am aware of.
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    Re: setting someone to Ignore and Block

    can understand that its part of the software
    and if so thats not avoidable and can't be set to anything els even by sal
    but who is the code writer and designer of the software might be a good idea for those who use there software to make this recommendation
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    Re: setting someone to Ignore and Block

    WHO CARES???

    Go ahead and send the software company a letter. I'd LOVE to see their reaction.
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    Re: setting someone to Ignore and Block

    It is what it is, and that's all that it is. You should be able to ignore people even if you can see their posts.

    Locked because I am not going to have debates in the Site News/Feedback forum.
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    Re: setting someone to Ignore and Block

    Quote Originally Posted by supremelandingmaster View Post
    i'm not even able to post
    O'rly?
    The above post is my 2 cents....nothing more.
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    Re: setting someone to Ignore and Block

    oops
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