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  1. #1
    Join Date: Apr 2016

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    Question to mods;
    On other forums you can select to 'ignore' certain members/comments etc so you don't have to read the bollox. Is there a facility on AoS to 'ignore' some threads?
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    You can choose to 'Ignore User' if you go their Profile (click on their username > View Profile), you'll see the option on the left under their Avatar.
    You can't ignore whole threads, AFAIK.
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    Hi Richard,

    I see that Nick's answered your question. However, I'd be curious to know what the "bollox" in question is and/or whom it is you wish to ignore?

    In terms of the latter, if it's a personal matter, then fair enough, but if someone's being unpleasant to you, or in terms of the "bollox", you're reading stuff here that you really dislike and/or find upsetting, then we should know about it, so we can try and do something to fix it.

    I've always been a great believer in tackling problems head on, rather than simply applying a sticking plaster, and using the ignore function is unfortunately an example of the latter.

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    Thanks for the replies gents, fortunately it's nothing serious at all. I'm certainly not bothered by any individuals, it's a good vibe on here. It's certain threads which are contributed to everyday, (which suggests they are popular) but I find .... err... tedious. I just wondered if there was a setting to use so they didn't appear on my screen but Nicks already answered that. Maybe bollox was too strong a word (a vino too many maybe) & I'll have to continue with the gargantuan task of scrolling threw 'em
    No probs.

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    Ah, lol... Say no more, you're referring to 3WD! Soz...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Ah, lol... Say no more, you're referring to 3WD! Soz...

    Marco.
    Or it could be the 2WD..... or even the 1WD! Seriously, what is the value of these three threads?

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    Quote Originally Posted by YNWaN View Post
    Or it could be the 2WD..... or even the 1WD! Seriously, what is the value of these three threads?
    A lighthearted giggle for those who enjoy posting on them? Seems so. The fact is, no-one's forcing anyone to post on the those threads [or indeed read them], so if folks decide not to use them, then they'll naturally die a death. No sign of that so far, so that suggests they still fulfil a purpose for some

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    Quote Originally Posted by YNWaN View Post
    Seriously, what is the value of these three threads?
    Five pounds and sixty-three new pence. Approximately and as of today's date. It may decline in the future due to uncertainty caused by Brexit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Macca View Post
    Five pounds and sixty-three new pence.
    Is that with or without VAT?

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    you can always improve the sanity and quality by putting better ones i try but am outnumbered
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