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Consider implementing an ignore list

Postby formosan » 02 Oct 2009, 18:07

Some forums have an "add user to ignore list" feature which can be very handy when an idiot like Creeping decides to bloviate without contributing anything. After user X has been added to user Y's ignore list, user Y no longer sees posts by user X.

If this doesn't take much effort to implement, it might be worth consideration.
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Re: Consider implementing an ignore list

Postby NinjaPuppy » 02 Oct 2009, 19:36

This forum seems to have that feature. If you go to your 'User Control Panel' (found right under the the "Board Index < Main Board < Suggestions and Ideas / Feedback" at the top) and click on it, you will get a page that contains a tab - "Friends and Foes". Click on that tab and the screen for 'Friends' will come up. Look in the left hand column and you will see "Foes". You can add the names of the members that you prefer not bother with on that page.
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Re: Consider implementing an ignore list

Postby ciscop » 02 Oct 2009, 21:11

NinjaPuppy wrote:This forum seems to have that feature. If you go to your 'User Control Panel' (found right under the the "Board Index < Main Board < Suggestions and Ideas / Feedback" at the top) and click on it, you will get a page that contains a tab - "Friends and Foes". Click on that tab and the screen for 'Friends' will come up. Look in the left hand column and you will see "Foes". You can add the names of the members that you prefer not bother with on that page.


oh really???
then GOODBYE NINJAPUPPY


hahaha just kidding :-p
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Re: Consider implementing an ignore list

Postby NinjaPuppy » 02 Oct 2009, 21:20

ciscop wrote:
NinjaPuppy wrote:This forum seems to have that feature. If you go to your 'User Control Panel' (found right under the the "Board Index < Main Board < Suggestions and Ideas / Feedback" at the top) and click on it, you will get a page that contains a tab - "Friends and Foes". Click on that tab and the screen for 'Friends' will come up. Look in the left hand column and you will see "Foes". You can add the names of the members that you prefer not bother with on that page.


oh really???
then GOODBYE NINJAPUPPY
hahaha just kidding :-p


"No soup for you!" ciscop... you can't block an Admin or Mod....LOLOLOL!
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Re: Consider implementing an ignore list

Postby NinjaPuppy » 04 Apr 2014, 03:57

justintime wrote:
NinjaPuppy wrote:
justintime wrote:
oh really???
then GOODBYE NINJAPUPPY
hahaha just kidding :-p


"No soup for you!" ciscop... you can't block an Admin or Mod....LOLOLOL!

That must have hurt. He hasn't been back since.

Leaving was not his choice.
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Re: Consider implementing an ignore list

Postby reeta » 01 Oct 2014, 13:56

Actually, Winston is right on this one! Perhaps the OP should look up "circular" to find that it has two meanings, one of which is "logical fallacy."
(Not that I agree with all that was written in his treatise, but only agreeing that his use of the word circular was correct. Information presented in the treatise is a different story altogether.)
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Re: Consider implementing an ignore list

Postby Scepcop » 06 Oct 2014, 01:49

reeta wrote:Actually, Winston is right on this one! Perhaps the OP should look up "circular" to find that it has two meanings, one of which is "logical fallacy."
(Not that I agree with all that was written in his treatise, but only agreeing that his use of the word circular was correct. Information presented in the treatise is a different story altogether.)


I think you were trying to respond to another topic. There is nothing in this thread about "circular reasoning". lol You probably clicked the wrong thread and meant to respond to another one. lol
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Re: Consider implementing an ignore list

Postby ProfWag » 06 Oct 2014, 02:33

Scepcop wrote:
reeta wrote:Actually, Winston is right on this one! Perhaps the OP should look up "circular" to find that it has two meanings, one of which is "logical fallacy."
(Not that I agree with all that was written in his treatise, but only agreeing that his use of the word circular was correct. Information presented in the treatise is a different story altogether.)


I think you were trying to respond to another topic. There is nothing in this thread about "circular reasoning". lol You probably clicked the wrong thread and meant to respond to another one. lol

Ironically, that was copied and pasted from a post I made back in July. I'm assuming "reeta" was trying to make a point about the ignore list...
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Re: Consider implementing an ignore list

Postby NinjaPuppy » 08 Oct 2014, 02:15

Actually, I smell a big bag of trolls. This copy and paste from other topics has become normal for some newbies. I've been deleting posts that have nothing to do with the VERY OLD topics they were posted to.
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Re: Consider implementing an ignore list

Postby Boo boo » 08 Oct 2014, 04:13

NinjaPuppy wrote:Actually, I smell a big bag of trolls. This copy and paste from other topics has become normal for some newbies. I've been deleting posts that have nothing to do with the VERY OLD topics they were posted to.


I agree, NinjaPuppy. Some people just love to copy-paste things and send the same thing to many forums. Like one user named 'Phimanh'. :x
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Re: Consider implementing an ignore list

Postby NinjaPuppy » 08 Oct 2014, 05:58

Boo boo wrote:I agree, NinjaPuppy. Some people just love to copy-paste things and send the same thing to many forums. Like one user named 'Phimanh'. :x

He hasn't been around since 2010, so pointing out his posts can only raise him from the dead. Please just ignore or implement the "ignore" feature as this thread suggests.
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Re: Consider implementing an ignore list

Postby Boo boo » 08 Oct 2014, 08:24

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