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Personally I'm at a loss to know what has offended/upset folk but I'm very selective in what I read here so hence am blissfully unaware and hope I remain so. Should I come across whatever has caused this I shall just do as I have done elsewhere - ignore everything posted by that source.Alan Balfour wrote:I just marvel at the professional manner in which Forumistas express their views etc. There have been forums I've joined in the past decade which have been bitching, backstabbing, vitriolic war zones.
Charlie wrote:It would feel heavy handed to say to particular people, "please either tone down your remarks or go away and stop spoiling things."
nigel w wrote:Actually, I rather like trolls. In the early 1960s people used to collect them. I remember I had a set of little plastic trolls which you put on the end of your pencils at school. I was very proud of them!
Ian A. wrote:the moment you stop somebody ... conducting a personal vendetta against another contributer they always start screaming about censorship . ........I was deadly serious about enabling the emoticon facility. They may be a little silly graphically but really can act as a defuser, in my experience on our board.
c hristian wrote:i am actually for the use of emoticons.
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