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PostPosted: Thu Mar 31, 2016 8:28 am    Post subject: BB Code for URLs no longer allowed Reply with quote

Due to the ever increasing amount of spam, we have decided to disable the BB Code for URLs [b]as well as[/b] adding it to the blocker configuration. That means should anyone use that BB Code ("url=http://") they will be blocked for three days. I am sorry that I have to resort to such drastic measures, but I am spending far too much time cleaning up spam.
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