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Topic # 60603 28-Apr-2010 19:20
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(Since the other thread is meant to be sans discussion).

Are you going to be sending the results as a press release to NZ Herald or something :P

Be quite funny.  At least get it in Sideswipe!

Maybe it's time Geekzone got support for poll threads?




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  Reply # 324436 28-Apr-2010 22:10
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You know, it scares me that you can put arbitrary Javascript in a post. Surely that's restricted to Moderators or Trusted users though?




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Kyanar: You know, it scares me that you can put arbitrary Javascript in a post. Surely that's restricted to Moderators or Trusted users though?


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nate:
Kyanar: You know, it scares me that you can put arbitrary Javascript in a post. Surely that's restricted to Moderators or Trusted users though?


Yes I'm showing off, only Moderators have no filtering on posts, plus we can say the naughty words


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  Reply # 324476 29-Apr-2010 00:00
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johnr:
nate:
Kyanar: You know, it scares me that you can put arbitrary Javascript in a post. Surely that's restricted to Moderators or Trusted users though?


Yes I'm showing off, only Moderators have no filtering on posts, plus we can say the naughty words


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johnr:
nate:
Kyanar: You know, it scares me that you can put arbitrary Javascript in a post. Surely that's restricted to Moderators or Trusted users though?


Yes I'm showing off, only Moderators have no filtering on posts, plus we can say the naughty words


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