<snipped-no promotional links>
What Do You Guys Think of This?
Sorry, wrong area.
Wait. You made this? It's amazing! You just got yourself a new follower.
Thanks. Here's the link again - <snipped-no promotional links>.
The link is an important part of the forum post; therefore, it is required.
It is not a promotional link. Why is it getting snipped? I'm asking for what people think of it. I'm not the first one who's done this.
When you click the button to make a forum post, there's a paragraph that appears to the immediate left of the box where you type your comment in a light blue-grey box.
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