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  # 1368035 17-Aug-2015 15:49
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6 out of 10, might consider completing it.




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  # 1368054 17-Aug-2015 16:03
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Hmm,  would have been nice if it was easier to close. There is no obvious way to get rid of it other than reloading the page it appears on.




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  # 1368059 17-Aug-2015 16:03
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  # 1368062 17-Aug-2015 16:05
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Rappelle: Thought it was spam or malware. Was about to get soapy in here.


This..




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  # 1368064 17-Aug-2015 16:07
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  # 1368066 17-Aug-2015 16:08
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jarledb: Hmm,  would have been nice if it was easier to close. There is no obvious way to get rid of it other than reloading the page it appears on.

There's a dark grey-on-black "X" in the top-right corner. I didn't do it myself as it wasn't obvious how many questions there were and I spend far too much time doing mandatory surveys in the day job...

Edit: freitasm snuck in and posted while I was typing that :)



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  # 1368072 17-Aug-2015 16:21
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freitasm: There's a [X] on top right...

On my screen (currently), this looks like a very dark gray "X" on a slightly darker gray background.

The "X" appears to be much darker than the rest of the writing, and so would be pretty easy to miss, I'm sure.

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  # 1368076 17-Aug-2015 16:30
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Rappelle: Thought it was spam or malware. Was about to get soapy in here.



was my instant response too being the first thing i saw when i walked in the door!




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  # 1368131 17-Aug-2015 18:10
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freitasm: *sigh* 

Some people post comments that really make me think where humanity is going to.




.... very curious now......







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  # 1368133 17-Aug-2015 18:12
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Aaroona:
freitasm: *sigh* 

Some people post comments that really make me think where humanity is going to.



.... very curious now......


It's a survey with a simple question and an open answer. I ask a valid question and some people (the minority so far but a few cases) made a point of giving "0" because "popups like this survey" or "$%#%# [bad words removed] survey"

Seriously, it's something that takes less than 15 seconds and would help the site in general but some people just can't be nice. 





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  # 1368135 17-Aug-2015 18:16
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Personally I'd say you would have gotten a better result out of a thread saying hey, here is a survey about the site, fill it out if you wish rather than it popping up.




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  # 1370507 19-Aug-2015 19:49
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Sorry, missed this post.




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  # 1370519 19-Aug-2015 19:55
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Did the survey it took about 30 seconds




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