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  • #7811

    Belezebub
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    Twice at the enad of a game, I tried to send the message
    “Fitting end”, but all that shows is “****ing end”.
    Why is that?

    #66189

    Rommel
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    Hi Old Man :

    I’ll venture a guess that it has something to do with the swear filter.

    Maybe it is set to filter F*ing. Some experiments might tell you more.

    We’re off to a flying start ( and Flying start, Caps may matter ).

    @belezebub wrote:

    Twice at the enad of a game, I tried to send the message
    “Fitting end”, but all that shows is “****ing end”.
    Why is that?

    In any event, the server operators have access to the filter and
    should be able to check it and intelligently answer your question.

    Good luck,

    Rommel

    #66188

    ArmorWraith
    Participant

    Hey Belze,

    Haven’t the foggiest, the filter blocks many things preemptively. You simply will have to use a different word to describe your thoughts.

    Admins do not have access to the filter, only Gavin does.

    Looking forward to seeing you in AWE sometime.

    All the best,

    Armor

    #66187

    Rommel
    Participant

    Hi Again Belezebub :

    One more thing …

    I’ll venture another guess that anyone that has
    set up a current server, also has a copy of the
    default settings of the current swear filtler.

    Then again … perhaps you should, find another
    word. Fitting sounds a bit stuffy … and English.

    Keep Smiling and Best Wishes,

    Rommel

    P.S. –
    If the word Flying is allowed, you might try
    Farming and Fracking to determine if the problem is
    with seven letter words starting with F and ending
    with ing.

    P.P.S. – An old cat skinner might suggest that you try
    using the phrase ” A fitting end ” instead of ” Fitting end “

    #66186

    axton
    Participant

    You can discover more about a person in an hour of play
    than in a year of conversation. – Plato

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