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Reactions allowed on locked posts?? Why?

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Lol, good ol Slippery - new user with 2 posts under his belt or old user using an alias to troll the forum?
Perfect of example of why a locked post should actually be locked.
Also a good example of why users with under 10 posts shouldn't be allowed to 'react' to posts - to prevent flyby spamming.

Edited by TheSteven
to fix typos

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Don't know if this is what you mean...

If you click on your user name
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 you can then select your level of ignoring (level of ignorance?)
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Edited by TheSteven

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3 minutes ago, Slippery When Wet said:

Surely a post that a user deems worthy of praise or condemnation would still be worthy of said users opinion regardless of whether or nor the thread said post appears in is open or locked. Locking a thread does not  automatically deem a post worthy of derision all good.

Actually that's one of the reasons why a post is locked; voting either yay, nay, hooray, etc. is tantamount to continuing the discussion.

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6 minutes ago, Slippery When Wet said:

Get a clue and wake up to yourself

A little thin skinned for a troll, eh?

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2 hours ago, TheSteven said:

If a post is locked why allow reactions?
Seems counter intuitive.

I noticed that recently, too. Probably just an overlooked feature that the moderators haven't figured out yet. Still has the fresh paint smell around here. Give 'em time!

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2 hours ago, TheSteven said:

Don't know if this is what you mean...

If you click on your user name

 you can then select your level of ignoring (level of ignorance?)
 

No, I mean forum software spam filter that removes unwanted posts before we see them.

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