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Removed some posts and responses from over the weekend. Guys, we know that tempers and emotions can run high, especially in discussions concerning rules and mechanics. Please remember that the person you're talking to is still an actual person on the other side of the screen. It may have been missed, but we have revised our Community Guidelines recently, and I invite you to read them over if you haven't yet. In situations like this, it's probably best to remove yourself from the situation, get away from the keyboard and take a breather, and send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you think a thread requires moderator attention.
Removed a couple posts. Please don't single out other community members; this often opens a door to pile-ons that we're not comfortable with here. Additionally, I think some of this discussion has spiraled somewhat outside the realms of the Pathfinder General Discussion forum, and might be better suited in Gamer Talk or Off-Topic. It may be a good idea to start new threads there if the comments aren't addressing the original post/topic. Thanks!
Removed a few baiting posts/insults. Guys, it's really not necessary to address content you disagree with by using profanity and elevating the discussion. We get that new editions are going to cause people to butt heads, get frustrated and so on, but this stuff is seriously divisive and doesn't contribute anything positive to the discussion. Challenge ideas, not other people.
Durngrun Stonebreaker wrote:
So no talking about douches in movie theaters in a thread titled Douches In Movie Theaters? Why not just lock the thread?
The issue here is that those posts are in response and quoting other response that were removed for the reasons indicated above. Some of this discussion also spiraled into a more general discussion of politeness outside the context of the threads original premise. We've chosen not to lock the thread because other than that, it's pretty much OK. I apologize if this doesn't jive with everyone, and if there's any important post you'd like recovered to start a new thread about the more general topic of niceties and politeness in the real world, I'm happy to provide you with the text if you send an email to email@example.com.
Removed a post and the resulting derail. We're really not super comfortable about facilitating discussions dissecting/debating how other members of our community interact in their own personal lives (making assumptions about their ability to parent, in this case). The overall discussion that was removed in response to those posts concerning politeness and so forth is likely better off in the Off Topic forum, though. Please remember that the other people you're interacting with here are still people, and to use some of the rhetoric that was lost in the shuffle here: just because someone is being a jerk on our messageboards, doesn't absolve you from responding in kind. Be cool to each other, guys.
Dragnmoon, I apologize if it appears that way. Please understand that the aftermath of this summer is much larger in scope than it would appear to someone outside the company. I agree that this item has seems to have slipped through the cracks, and you're completely right: it doesn't look good. We'll see what we can do and appreciate your patience on this issue.
The FAQ is linked from that page now :)
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Sadly, a Blackberry Bold(Not the Touch variety) and Kindle Paperwhite. What's the prgnosis, Doc? Am I terminally low-tech?
It may very well be that those devices just don't support parts the newer elements used in the PRD (particularly CSS3 and jQuery). Some brief googling leads me to believe a bit of both. Unfortunately I don't have any similar devices in the office to properly test this, though.
The slotless wondrous items page http://paizo.com/pathfinderRPG/prd/ultimateEquipment/wondrousItems/slotless .html would be a lot more useful if item names in the table were links.
Absolutely agreed! I also think our item index could use some love and updates from UE. We'll see what happens :)
Kirth Gersen wrote:
Kirth, if you're looking for Bard spells in particular, you may want to use the Spell List Index maybe? You can also filter out spells by book on either index. I certainly can understand your issue, and cleaning up some of the IDs used for search is something I very much want to see happen. It's an ongoing effort.
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