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 No.270[Reply]

The [code]code[/code] tag is broken?

 No.271[Go to top]

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Have to specifically enable the different markup functions in the config but the syntax for enabling markup is like an alien language to me with all those slashes like /\//\/\/\ like wtf.



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 No.206[Reply]

As much as I regretfully hate to make threads I unfortunately don't see anyone bringing up this glaring issue. So it's my duty to "Complain" about something that is very urgent.

We in void have a moderator staff comprised of many different wildlife. Cats, Crows, etc. Voidmom is a Hen in denial. And have noticed our newest moderator not complying with this trend.

I hereby request that Smiles goes by !!VoidRacoon while moderating because I would find that funny.

If this request goes unheeded or not my way I will bitch and moan and then forget about it.

Thank you for your time.
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 No.214[Go to top]

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>>213
I pretty sure you're just feeling emasculated.

 No.215[Go to top]

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>>214
Not by someone as short as you.

 No.219[Go to top]

Reported for circlejerking on /meta/



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 No.204[Reply]

Please enforce your rules! Particularly rule number 6!

Thank you.

 No.223[Go to top]

We thank you for bringing your concern forward. While it is not always met with any immediate or visible action all reports of misconduct on the site are taken very seriously and often the subject of ongoing debate and discussion amongst the moderation team.

With rule violations which are accompanied by a legal violation (such as child pornography, etc) or objectively easy to call (such as gore, automated spam and unspoilered NSFW content) the moderation team will generally err on the side of action over inaction- to ensure user safety, legal compliance and site function remains a priority.

With subjective matters such as 'harassment' the opposite approach is taken and the moderation team will err on the side of inaction- this generally leads to lengthy discussions behind the scenes. This is because every moderator action taken on a matter considered to be subjective sets a precedent that affects all users of the site. And a bad precedent being set in these matters can negatively impact enjoyment of the site for non-involved parties.

When action is deemed necessary on these matters it is also not always punitive in nature. It can be as simple as engaging community members in private when possible- it could involve changing the board structure and/or features of the website- it could even be as simple as moderators joining the thread in question as peers to engage the matter directly at 'eye-level.' or even making an alternate thread on an unrelated topic in order to draw traffic away from a thread that is under-review.

The matters you brought up have indeed been discussed by the moderation team over the past few days- the moderation team works entirely on a volunteer basis and resolving such a discussion can be a rather lengthy process as all members of the moderation team are given a chance to familiarize themselves with the issue and weigh-in and often times their personal schedules preclude a single efficient sit-down session. Social solutions in these matters are always stressed above punitive solutions and in the case of the harrassment rule outside of any harrassment that exceeds the threshold required to become a legal concern it is generally not acted upon punitively and instead used to keep discussion going among site staff in order to gauge the health of the community and drive initiatives to improve community cohesion- although the potential need for punitive action in such matters is always discussed on a casPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.226[Go to top]

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>>223
Haha yu gabe his seriuz ansor whidg he wil not red an blem Ameruca



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 No.216[Reply]

I suggest doubling the number of threads per page.
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 No.218[Go to top]

Oh nm seems i am lol

 No.224[Go to top]

>>216
We thank you for your suggestion. Upon discussion we have decided to meet you half way and set the threads per page on /void/ to 15. We will be monitoring how this affects the user experience to determine whether or not to make the change permanent.

 No.225[Go to top]

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>>224
Arigato!



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 No.199[Reply]

Why can't I edit my posts?

 No.200[Go to top]

Because voidchan uses a completely different imageboard engine than ponychan. It doesn't have native post editing support. However it is a feature we have been working to implement. It will just take some time to do so.

 No.202[Go to top]

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It forces me to be a better person and slow down and proof read my posts, lest people find out im a bad typist/speller.



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 No.196[Reply]

/seal/ when?


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 No.176[Reply]

Ban American politics
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 No.180[Go to top]

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>>179

Request denied.

 No.183[Go to top]

>>180
Give him back

 No.197[Go to top]

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And awaaaaaaay we goooo



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 No.193[Reply]

If I try to hide a thread, it initially works properly by hiding the OPs and all visible replies on the main page.

However, if I refresh the page, only the OP remains hidden, while the last three replies become visible. Which doesn't really serve the same purpose of hiding the thread.

 No.194[Go to top]

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Thank you for bringing this up. There was actually a post detailing this issue that got deleted by accident. Here is a screenshot that demonstrates the best way to use the post filtering system.

If you click the little triangle icon by the poster's name/tripcode it will open up the filter menu which will give you the option to add and remove filters. Post + will hide the post along with all the replies. While ID + will hide all posts from and replies to the chosen ID. Both of which should be able to achieve the desired effect.

Custom filters with additional options can be set up in the "Filters" tab of the option menu. Although the option menu font on the default "Dark" theme is a little weird at the moment. So you might have to highlight text to review which filters are set.



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 No.186[Reply]

/seal/ board when?


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 No.59[Reply]

is it possible we make banners to add to this place?
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 No.172[Go to top]

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A gift

 No.181[Go to top]

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made a simple banner

 No.182[Go to top]

>>181
Your a simple banner



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