Just an idea: one forum I on has a feature where you can 'ignore
certain users and so their posts are not displayed to you. That might help lower the form temperatures a little?
Would it not cause some worry when flames begin coming out of your monitor, reaching out for you? And you have no idea why?
Actually, I kind of like the idea as well. Although it might look a little odd, people replying to no one and to comments you don't see.
It might cause some of those people who are bent on having their posts seen to start e.mailing the ignore-ers personally. Maybe it's best that the ignore-worthy posts remain on the forums. At least their posts are contained.
What's the fun in that? I think you would be able to ignore someone if you really wanted to. If their opinions bother you so much that you cannot hold back, then you should learn some self-control.
This may be interesting to some, but I personally accept all comments good or bad as they help me become better or give me other perspectives.
I'm thinking people who are abusive not necessarily those you disagree with.
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