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What is the "Add foe" function?

Postby Steve4nLanguage » 10 Jul 2016, 10:41

Is this to prevent one from seeing a certain user's posts, or to prevent the user from PMing you, or...? I'm hoping it's the first. Thanks.
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Re: What is the "Add foe" function?

Postby lostinasia » 10 Jul 2016, 11:19

Steve4nLanguage wrote:Is this to prevent one from seeing a certain user's posts, or to prevent the user from PMing you, or...? I'm hoping it's the first. Thanks.

It prevents you from seeing a user's posts - you still see that there's a post, but in the display there's a little line that tells you there's a post by [X], and you've chosen not to see it. (You still see their content if further replies quote them.)

I'm not sure about the PMing point.
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Re: What is the "Add foe" function?

Postby Steve4nLanguage » 10 Jul 2016, 11:54

Thanks lostinasia. That's exactly what I was looking for.
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Re: What is the "Add foe" function?

Postby Doraemonster » 10 Jul 2016, 12:03

lostinasia wrote:I'm not sure about the PMing point.

In User Control PanelFriends & Foes it says:
Foes are users which will be ignored by default. Posts by these users will not be fully visible. Personal messages from foes are still permitted. Please note that you cannot ignore moderators or administrators.

Doesn't affect PMs then.
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Re: What is the "Add foe" function?

Postby Steve4nLanguage » 11 Jul 2016, 10:30

I just learned about this feature, and it's already proving to be useful this morning. Ahhh...
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