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Postby keenobserver » Tue May 22, 2007 10:17 pm

Wait a minute, be back as soon as i locate my magnifying glass!
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Re: it bites

Postby keenobserver » Tue May 22, 2007 10:19 pm

keenobserver wrote:Wait a minute, be back as soon as i locate my magnifying glass!

I realize the boundaries are not real but isnt this taking it a bit too far?
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Re: it bites

Postby Kevin Solway » Tue May 22, 2007 10:42 pm

keenobserver wrote:I realize the boundaries are not real but isnt this taking it a bit too far?

Have a read of the announcement I made at the top of Genius forum.

If the text is too small, I recommend going to your User Control Panel, "Board Preferences" and then change "My Board Style" to subsilver2.
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Re: it bites

Postby keenobserver » Tue May 22, 2007 11:23 pm

keenobserver wrote:
keenobserver wrote:Wait a minute, be back as soon as i locate my magnifying glass!

I realize the boundaries are not real but isnt this taking it a bit too far?

Say, have we lost Back to the Top?
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Re: it bites

Postby Elizabeth Isabelle » Wed May 23, 2007 2:32 am

Both options are a bit hard on the eyes. May we have a black background with yellow/orange or green font? That should make it easier to look at.
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Re: it bites

Postby Katy » Wed May 23, 2007 4:21 am

never mind.
I like it. Especially some of the new preferences, such as 'ignore user'...
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Re: it bites

Postby Dan Rowden » Wed May 23, 2007 8:27 am

I like some of the extra moderator features but I've opted for subsilver2 myself.
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Re: it bites

Postby Kelly Jones » Wed May 23, 2007 11:45 am

Katy wrote:never mind.
I like it. Especially some of the new preferences, such as 'ignore user'...


You can ignore users using the scrolling function, no?


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Re: it bites

Postby Katy » Wed May 23, 2007 11:58 am

Kelly Jones wrote:You can ignore users using the scrolling function, no?


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Why do you care?
What difference does it make to you?
And no, using the scrolling function doesn't work very well for ignoring someone who is intentionally abusing you.
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Re: it bites

Postby Kevin Solway » Wed May 23, 2007 3:09 pm

keenobserver wrote:Say, have we lost Back to the Top?


Ctrl-Home should do it for you.
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Re: it bites

Postby Katy » Wed May 23, 2007 3:51 pm

Kevin Solway wrote:
keenobserver wrote:Say, have we lost Back to the Top?


Ctrl-Home should do it for you.


lol
keyboard!
old skool!
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Re: it bites

Postby Kelly Jones » Wed May 23, 2007 4:59 pm

Hi Katy,

Kelly: You can ignore users using the scrolling function, no?

Katy: Why do you care?
What difference does it make to you?


I think it's important to think about emotions, rather than to express or suppress them.


And no, using the scrolling function doesn't work very well for ignoring someone who is intentionally abusing you.


Finding out what people are really saying, underneath the slander or politeness, and learning to distrust all human motivation, is a very stimulating lesson. It won't happen if one doesn't want to face that ugly reality.

If someone is just unrelentingly boring and irrational, then I ask them to leave the forum on my own behalf. Not much point persisting with a lesson which has been done to death.


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Re: it bites

Postby Katy » Thu May 24, 2007 4:46 am

Kelly Jones wrote:I think it's important to think about emotions, rather than to express or suppress them.


OK, so don't use the ignore function yourself since that is the position you are in. What does it matter to you whether someone else uses the ignore function? This sounds a lot more like paranoia that you'll be ignored yourself than any type of philosophical objection.

Seeing you are not an admin, asking someone to leave the board is
A. rather presumptuous and extremely egotistical
and
B. kinda pointless since they don't have to do it
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Re: it bites

Postby Elizabeth Isabelle » Sun May 27, 2007 9:51 am

Kelly Jones wrote:If someone is just unrelentingly boring and irrational, then I ask them to leave the forum on my own behalf. Not much point persisting with a lesson which has been done to death.


I don't recall seeing you do this. Was this just a hypothetical situation, or have you asked people to leave via pm? And if you have asked people to leave via pm, how many have actually left?
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