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ok so ive been banned for 10 days lol but wouldnt it make sense to just not allow someone to post instead of banning them completely?
 
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ok so ive been banned for 10 days lol but wouldnt it make sense to just not allow someone to post instead of banning them completely?
What's the difference between not being allowed to post and just roaming the forums as a guest?
 
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you see i never log out, thus, i cant get on what so ever
You can delete your cookies, which will automatically log you out, thus allowing you to view the forums as a guest. Then you can log back in whenever you're unbanned.

But for the record, you'd be better off just trying to do your best in avoiding breaking the rules. Nothing compares to being able to post. :)
 
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You can delete your cookies, which will automatically log you out, thus allowing you to view the forums as a guest. Then you can log back in whenever you're unbanned.

But for the record, you'd be better off just trying to do your best in avoiding breaking the rules. Nothing compares to being able to post. :)
OH COOL THANKS

wtf are cookies?
 
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wtf are cookies?
The best explanation:

Wikipedia said:
A cookie, also known as a web cookie, browser cookie, and HTTP cookie, is a piece of text stored by a user's web browser. A cookie can be used for authentication, storing site preferences, shopping cart contents, the identifier for a server-based session, or anything else that can be accomplished through storing text data.
Basically, they save data and site preferences.
 
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ok, but where would you delete them if you were banned cuz i would have realized by now?
Well, on FireFox at least:

Tools > Options > Privacy > Show Cookies > Delete Cookies.

If you're using Internet Explorer, the steps should be just a little bit different. I have no idea how Chrome works.
 
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Well, on FireFox at least:

Tools > Options > Privacy > Show Cookies > Delete Cookies.

If you're using Internet Explorer, the steps should be just a little bit different. I have no idea how Chrome works.
i have safari because i have a mac...
 
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