Unless we are talking about a filter limiting


Unless we are talking about a filter limiting what can be said on the subreddit I am really confused about why anyone would want to bypass a filter that supplies them with information. If supposedlyy'all attempted to knock some key phrases or complaints being thrown around this sub from time to time then yeah it is a'difficulty' (You men wouldn't be the first game sub to have it, blink twice if Jagex hasy'all of hostage) for you guys but I don't see a lot of people trying to submit"connection - totally no ph15h guiys" or even"I feel this is a de h 1 5 h ing attempt guys" or"look at this cool drop I received on oh ess are ess" so they do not have a comment in their post from a bot.

I'm just trying to be more thorough in my answers. The email entry filter has been seen as a low priority fix, and these posts were (and are) becoming caught in different filters, so it was deemed unnecessary for the time being. However, the other filters aren't specially designed for those posts, so only part are getting flagged. Once more of the important tasks are finished, we will look at some of the lower priority ones. It wouldn't require much time to receive a setup set up to start testing a better version. Additionally, a vast majority of subreddit moderation is not visible openly, so while it may appear that we're not doing anything occasionally, there's a great deal that goes on behind the scenes as well as approving/removing articles and comments.

Our concern about filtering in this case is not whether someone will attempt to bypass this, and that comment was just to further the stage that filters aren't always effective. Perhaps mentioning the intentional bypassing was a little off subject for my previous comment. As previously mentioned, the amount of OSRS-specific articles (not pertinent to RS3) submitted this is minimal as is, and they do not amount to a notable portion of our daily posts. However, those posts are outnumbered by other people which compare or link to both matches.

These will likely match the standards to also receive a reply redirecting them to 2007 Runescape when the intention was to post, which is not ideal because it would be irrelevant to the post topic and probably result in complaints. Furthermore, when the criteria is too specific, it is unlikely that the few posts that are designed to receive this reply will trigger it. It's easier for a person to recognize these posts than a bot, and setting it up to be intended is much easier said than done for minimal benefit.

Why are people so toxic to fresh players? Wouldn't also the and also max high ranking players need more people with? More people = more cash, more upgrades (maybe if more started playing, paying, and demanding it) and also more people in Runescape sport which will increase the economy and keep Runescape lasting more. When they're labeled as such we handle players nicely. Dig up any ribbon where the OP admits themselves new and folks here really pile the majority of the time.

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