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Posted Mar 11, '08 at 12:07pm

royandgrand

royandgrand

254 posts

i think they should add a little button you press so when you talk you wont get any points so it wont be spamming but then you can put it back on for points and it has  a little check beside his/her comment telling you that they did the check thing that makes them get no points im sorry thats the best i can do for explaneing it its hard to explane and thank you for reading this and commenting! :)

 

Posted Mar 11, '08 at 2:13pm

Devoidless

Devoidless

3,553 posts

I understand where you are coming from..kinda...but it makes no sense.

You are more or less giving the individual power to make reason of spamming. Regardless of point, it would still be spam if it has nothing worth value to it.

The easiest way to solve  this(which has already been discussed around here) is to nerf the amount of points for writing on walls or leaving comments. That then should help, since people will not feel so inclined to do them just for points.

 

Posted Mar 11, '08 at 3:37pm

mrtim

mrtim

2,052 posts

Yes... i agree with Devoiless...

I think that coments should be only like 10 words long! and...I think that it should like be given to mods for testing and if they feel that its a nice comment, it should be added, and the person would get points for it. if not, i.e. a spam or swears or breaking the rules, then it should not be added. Thus, the person would get 0 AP.

 

Posted Mar 11, '08 at 7:05pm

royandgrand

royandgrand

254 posts

im just saying if someone just wants to chat and not get there comments fourm posts deleted they just turn that button on.

 

Posted Mar 11, '08 at 7:44pm

Devoidless

Devoidless

3,553 posts

If someone really wants to chat, there are...you know..chat programs out there just for that. I am sure if you ask reeaal nice like the people might tell you what their screen names are.

Also, if actual messages from user to user are created that would help also. Would count as no points, only the person who receives the message could read it. There, no mess.

 
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