Minimum Character count each post

Discussion in 'Feedback & Suggestions' started by La Cocaina, Feb 19, 2015.

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  1. La Cocaina

    La Cocaina Banned Scammer

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    Everytime I share something, 9/10 replies are: "Thanks".
    If there was a minimum character count I think this will short down those kind of posts.

    Who's with me?
     
  2. LethalLuck

    LethalLuck Basic Member

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    Either way it would send it down to "Thank you for this share"
     
  3. Animal

    Animal Well-Known Member Retired Staff

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    I think all replies are ok except random one like

    osddksnnnn

    Just to access content... but thanks and some words is always ok ;)
     
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  4. MusicDragon

    MusicDragon Basic Member

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    ^ I Agree

    I see no reason to put a minimum character limit since it will most likely annoy the majority of people.
     
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  5. La Cocaina

    La Cocaina Banned Scammer

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    That actually annoys me more. Also, people who do that could easily get banned.
     
  6. MusicDragon

    MusicDragon Basic Member

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    I don't see your point, you mean that it matters more to you if they type "Thanks for sharing" because it's required by the character limit?
     
  7. La Cocaina

    La Cocaina Banned Scammer

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    I'd rather see "Thanks for sharing" instead of "Thanks".
     
  8. MusicDragon

    MusicDragon Basic Member

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    I don't see the point, if you have 50 replies saying "Thanks" or if you have 50 replies saying "Thanks for sharing" it's the same thing lol.

    Well if it matters that much to you, I wish you the best of luck getting this implemented.

    Regards, MusicDragon.
     
  9. La Cocaina

    La Cocaina Banned Scammer

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    I highly doubt all replies will be "Thanks for sharing".
    Take a look at LSX for example, not every reply is the same.
     
  10. Microsoft

    Microsoft Well-Known Member Legacy

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    It's pointless, since people will say "Thank you for sharing" instead.
    The best thing to do, is that make people who reply MUST edit there reply after testing it.

    Alot less leeching, and helpfull at the same time.
     
  11. Tariky

    Tariky Advanced Member

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    Character limit is pointless... to stop leecheing best option is to put member post count... every post will be limited with members post number... so if post req 10 post.. member without 10post can't access it.
     
  12. Microsoft

    Microsoft Well-Known Member Legacy

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    Also a good idea, altho people will just start spamming ands till have access.
    Even tho they will get banned ^^
     
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  13. Ops!

    Ops! Well-Known Member Retired Staff

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    don't worry dude, Soon we will be limited members (all them hq) So we don't need let the posts limited
     
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  14. Tariky

    Tariky Advanced Member

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    That will be great, all HQ member. No more password changes, and leeching.
     
  15. Microsoft

    Microsoft Well-Known Member Legacy

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    That sounds like the best thing you can do.
    Great job Ops! and staff !!
     
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