Mods Deleting Posts
Quit whining. It's a change that stops arguments. You're just spawning another argument by making this post, nerd. They have good intentions when it comes to removing posts. If anything, people should be banned a bit more seriously. I can't see any newcomers taking you guys seriously anymore. And I truly mean that.
That moment when ET misses Xirre's post about him.
I've had a handful of posts deleted myself. Usually for going off topic but in these derail contests who can resist?
And you're obviously not reading.
My complaint isn't that posts are deleted.
It's a lack of clarity between what constitutes a lock instead of a deletion.
And it's that users are no longer modified of when their posts are deleted.
Imagine walking into class one day and finding out that your thesis got rejected but they wouldn't tell you why and wouldn't give you any remarks. You probably care that your thesis got rejected, but not as much as WHY it got rejected. That's the issue I'm arguing here.
Also, I've yet to see anyone argue against the change I've posted here, or how it would in any way not keep the same system we have in place while still giving users the WHY that I'm bothered about.
he was trolling in the exact same thread. Lol.
While some helpers like Lummox, and Tiberath(RIP) are direct, others like to add more to their help to feel better about themselves, and to put others down.
"Empirez did [insert reason provided by mod here] too and his posts aren't deleted! no fair!"
4. Person with deleted post calls the mod a "biased retard" or something along those lines.
You really didn't bother to read my first post because hey, the solution you suggested was LITERALLY THE SAME ONE I DID. Maybe I should've put a tl;dr but eh.
Also, dev help searches do very little.
A lot of people ask the same question so trying to find which one actually has helpful information over suggesting that the user "read the manual" is a bit tiresome. Seriously, if "read the manual" is the goto answer, why do we just have that pop up automatically whenever someone posts something in dev help.
EDIT: Also, blogs really did make the site better :< But now everyone uses game updates as their blog or art/sound as their blog so it's not much difference but I liked the different designs people put up and how your member page was really your member page.
I use this community for times when I just need to lash out against people now. So far so good.