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Profanity filter inaccurate...

by jas0nhe / September 5, 2005 / 12:41 PM UTC

I tested on the Test Forum and found that the profanity filter allows the word pissed but not p i s s.

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both diferent
by Mark5019 / September 5, 2005 / 1:06 PM UTC

you can be pissed at some one
and you can say i P I S S on you see?

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You pronounce it Tomato and I say Tomarto
by taboma / September 13, 2005 / 8:51 PM UTC
In reply to: both diferent

What's the difference. I had a post that was bounced due to the heading "AOL from Hell." Wonder why?
Was mot objectionable or vulgar. Just a common phrase:
"A problem from Hell." Is that OK?
Can I use Heaven? What about "Hell bent for leather?"
Hells Bells? Hell, I really do not really know any more.
Very common phrases and not objectionable to anyone.
I really don't care one way or the other what anyone says on the internet. Just don't call me late for lunch!

-Kevin

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(NT) (NT) Seems to print ok now huh!...;-)
by John Robie / September 14, 2005 / 8:57 AM UTC
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How to disable the profanity filter?
by 386sky / May 5, 2013 / 2:34 PM UTC

When you try to type "curly quotes" in the Downloads site (on posting a review), the website converts them to "straight quotes". What is this failure on the site? And you have also posted inappropriate comments in TruVoice...

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