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PostPosted: Tue Jul 20, 2010 11:05 pm 
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Alex, on a footie forum I frequent, the admin added an ignore function. This means you can block any content from other users from your reading of a thread, without denying them, (or those who wish to read their input), the opportunity to put there point across. I for one have thoroughly enjoyed being part of the TDO community, but there are certain posts/posters that have been, (as we put it), 'daen' my heid in'. I'd love to bypass their posts, but it's mainly car crash reading.

Therefore I would like to request that you consider adding, if possible, the ignore function to this excellent site, and who knows if enough people were to use it against certain others, they (the others) might take the hint and do one.

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 Post subject: Re: ignore function
PostPosted: Tue Jul 20, 2010 11:08 pm 
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grumpy wrote:
Alex, on a footie forum I frequent, the admin added an ignore function. This means you can block any content from other users from your reading of a thread, without denying them, (or those who wish to read their input), the opportunity to put there point across. I for one have thoroughly enjoyed being part of the TDO community, but there are certain posts/posters that have been, (as we put it), 'daen' my heid in'. I'd love to bypass their posts, but it's mainly car crash reading.

Therefore I would like to request that you consider adding, if possible, the ignore function to this excellent site, and who knows if enough people were to use it against certain others, they (the others) might take the hint and do one.


Thats an excellent suggestion.

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just noticed I put this in the wrong section. If you wish to, Alex, please change it to TDO admin, thanks.

Thank You CC.

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 Post subject: Re: ignore function
PostPosted: Wed Jul 21, 2010 4:53 am 
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grumpy wrote:
but there are certain posters that have been, (as we put it), 'daen' my heid in'.



Who could you be talking about? :wink:


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 Post subject: Re: ignore function
PostPosted: Wed Jul 28, 2010 10:50 pm 
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GBC wrote:
grumpy wrote:
but there are certain posters that have been, (as we put it), 'daen' my heid in'.



Who could you be talking about? :wink:


It dont matter, the site wont wear it.

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