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  2. If I were you, I'd just replace all the content in my posts with dummy content.

  3. Scarless Healing

    Forums Scar treatments 9,927 replies

    On 7/28/2018 at 6:56 PM, Delto said:

    Wish the moderators would step in as this is a fairly important forum topic on the internet, and is a top search result on Google for scarless healing. In the past I used to come here for valuable insight, but now it's just overwhelmingly toxic—too bad.

    On 7/29/2018 at 3:39 PM, Lapis lazuli said:

    This thread has been going for eleven years. They "stepped in" once in the past where it was temporarily closed. I don't think they'll do that again as there's no real point. I also don't think they'll lock it permanently.

    On 7/29/2018 at 4:58 PM, surgical scar said:

    The moderator I've talked to has repeatedly said she/he is the only active volunteer moderator and is tired of getting reports about this thread and does not want to waste more moderation resources on this thread and she/he does not even follow this thread so we're better off if they don't even bother since they're clueless about the topic and discussions and sources of tantrums here. Forget about real moderation. This is an open thread for desperate trolls and shills.

    Even though posts regarding the toxicity/moderation of this thread are OK, in this particular instance we'd appreciate that you stay as on topic as possible because these observational posts end up turning into discussions which further derail the thread. We're now strict about off-topic posts in this thread only because of what a select few individuals have turned it into. Edit: The same goes for people who mention other members in a way that might start an argument: although not necessarily in violation of our board rules, please avoid posts like that altogether as a preventative measure. We'd appreciate if the post directly below this one be about scarless healing, not a response to this post or any posts on this topic. Thank you.

  4. 10 hours ago, tracyyy said:
    Yes, I think this is supposed to happen. It must just be the way this message board software is set up.
  5. Hi. I think this is supposed to happen, unless all the archived posts you're looking for by this member don't show up on their profile page. Could you link me to the page you're on as displayed in the screenshot? Thanks.

  6. 6 hours ago, beautifulambition said:

    Do you think it would be beneficial to just pin them at the top of the board like they do in announcements sub for instance.  

    I think we discussed this with Dan, and he agreed that we should pin the fewest number of threads as possible. So pinned is for absolutely 100% important, and featured is for important but not critical. An exception can probably be made if one of these topics fits this criteria, but it's best not to stretch anything since other users might start arguing over what's crucial/not crucial for not pinning their topics or topics that they like. I think the "featured" feature is nice, so I think we should take advantage of it.
    6 hours ago, beautifulambition said:

    Someone new is more likely to leave view-settings as is and simply look for new posts by being confused if something was discussed (this is why we pin important things I believe).

    I think it's intuitive to check the "Sort By" menu for this sort of thing. It was my first reaction to see whether topics could be sorted by featured=>non-featured, so maybe it's like this for other people as well. And I imagine that, as secondary sort criteria with the "featured" option selected, they'd also be sorted by newest reply/recently updated (default view). So they wouldn't necessarily have to switch between the two repeatedly. But we'll see how this plays out when this is implemented.
  7. @beautifulambition @Candy Says I requested that they implement a "Featured" option in the "Sort By" menu. It should look something like this:


    and this should put all featured topics at the top directly below the pinned topics. So be on the lookout for that and please update me on this. Thanks.

  8. Thanks, guys. I'll forward this request.

  9. More Than a Month
  10. Hi, just to verify, you're talking about this type of star

    and not this one, right?


  11. Scarless Healing

    Forums Scar treatments 9,927 replies

      4 hours ago, surgical scar said:
    @Anish004 You prove time after time that the nicest way someone can respond to you is to laugh.
      3 hours ago, Anish004 said:

    thanx surgical scar
    ...yes laugh at me
    ..but it will also not cure your scar just remember it..


    @Anish004, @surgical scar: Please ignore each other or keep posts like this to PM. Not sure whether I already warned Anish004 of this or not, but subsequent off-topic posts in this thread, posted by either of you, will automatically be hidden when brought to the senior mods' attention.

  12. I just unlocked this thread. 

  13. Scarless Healing

    Forums Scar treatments 9,927 replies

    On 6/16/2018 at 4:37 PM, MyBeautifulScars said:
    Re-read my post. Don't comment on my posts if you don't like my opinions. That is all. I'll ignore you from now on. Personal attacks and threats will not be tolerated. You will be reported. Have a great day. 


    7 hours ago, surgical scar said:

    Why hasn't been this useless nasty kid DamnBoy kicked out yet? I come after 2 months to see if the daydreamers have moved on from bsing about SkinTE...and it's the same thick unstable trolls...

    Have fun in this asylum... |::crazy2:


    2 hours ago, damnBOY said:
    7 hours ago, surgical scar said:

    Why hasn't been this useless nasty kid DamnBoy kicked out yet? I come after 2 months to see if the daydreamers have moved on from bsing about SkinTE...and it's the same thick unstable trolls...

    Have fun in this asylum... |::crazy2:
    I'd like to give @surgical scar and @damnBOY the courtesy of knowing that unrelated posts like this will automatically be hidden without notification in the future if I'm informed of them. This is just a friendly warning. @MyBeautifulScars seems to be new to this discussion as far as I'm concerned, so I'd like to recommend ignoring any user(s) who may give you problems.
  14. 5 hours ago, Manticore said:

    But that only marks that particular section of the forum as read, not the whole forum.

    There used to be an option on the main forum page to mark the whole forum as read.

    I'll let the team know. Thanks for pointing this out.
  15. 4 hours ago, Manticore said:

    There used to be an option where you could mark the whole forum as read. Will this option be coming back?

    Hi, I see it here:

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