One member here is constantly copying and pasting his previous responses in the same thread over and over again, yet if I tried to do that, I get this error message:
"You have recently submitted a very similar post, posting the same message repeatedly is prohibited."
Why is that member allowed to copy and paste his responses over and over when it is prohibited?
Wonder if he's adding spaces or invisible characters?
Just use the "report" key on the offending posts.
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