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January 30, 2019, 06:01:41 AM
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At a glance, it looked legit until I checked the profile and oh, a spambot.

I don't understand, how did it look legit when the reply was off topic and contains a link promoting and exchange? Anyways the user just help me increase my good reports counts and maybe I could own that Reporters badge if implemented.

You quoted the wrong guy, haha.

Nowadays spambots are pretty sophisticated so their messages try to "fit" into topics, but you can somehow feel something's off after a double take.

The same message was posted in several topics, one which was related to an exchange so yeah. Anyways, we did our part in reporting and now they're nuked.

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February 02, 2019, 03:14:42 AM
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You quoted the wrong guy, haha.

Thanks mate, I just corrected my mistake.

The forum did not do this right. They should have provided option for blocking some type of signatures not blocking all signatures in general.

This is where the usefulness of talented or skillful forum users comes to play. We have scripts you can install and it'll blocked selected signatures based on the sittings. The forum gave a direct solution of blocking all signature because allowing some and blocking other will look like an endorsement.

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February 02, 2019, 05:51:31 AM
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We have scripts you can install and it'll blocked selected signatures based on the sittings.
What are the ways and methods of creating such scripts,or have such scripts been created and are in use at the moment,if so maybe a link to it would help really.

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February 02, 2019, 09:55:06 AM
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What are the ways and methods of creating such scripts,or have such scripts been created and are in use at the moment,if so maybe a link to it would help really.

I'm not a programmer so I have no idea on writing those scripts although I found some previous adblock script thread you can either use the script or contact the OP starters they'll enlighten you more. You can also drop your questions or suggestion on the thread and you'll possibly get a respond in no time.

[Userscript] Bitcointalk Post Filter thread was posted= January 28, 2019

Browser Addon That Helps You Ignore Spammy Comments. Thread posted= January 16, 2019

Signature Adblock Script [0.5.0] thread was posted = March 26, 2015

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March 08, 2019, 05:34:27 PM
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I don't know how much data will be used if you upload GIFs for mobile users or opening threads with a users with a gif avatar but I checked my mobile on how much data is consumed and it's about 200+ mb of data within 9 days but i'm not sure if how much if I uploaded a GIF avatar. Some mobile device data consume data differently base on my observation and it's between android devices and an iphone 5s. Also refer to this site for more information http://www.analysysmason.com/About-Us/News/Insight/iPhone-data-traffic-Jun2012/

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