Thanks for the words, I appreciate it. I just get way to into posting in there when I should be reading for class Its really not a thing against anybody in there or disliking the conversations. But you have a good point, maybe I'll just try to moderate the time i spend in there.xsedrinam said:Heb,
I've not put any one on ignore, but the only way I've checked out is to visit the User CP (Control Panel) and under Miscellaneous, enter user names in the Ignore Panel and save. I'm not aware of being able to block an entire sub-forum.
A personal side note, if you'd permit me, and please don't take this as any patronizing remark. I won't pretend to speak for anyone else. I've not been in here all that long and don't "live" in the Political, Religious sub-forum area. I too usually like to check out the various topics of interest, some times technical and Mac related, other times just in the Community. Though the posts and posters are very much diversified and represent extremes from both ends of any spectrum of controversial issues, there are quite a few who are people of faith in here. They may not think the same nor express themselves in the same way, but they are passionate none the less. You've had the guts to stand up and take some heat. I commend you for that. You are not a coward. Some where along the line, it's both healthy and beneficial to have different views expressed in different ways. I guess what I'm trying to appeal to is that you consider just giving that part of the posting a rest, and come back when you feel the need to. There are certainly other ways to search or unsubscribe so you won't be bombarded daily with post reminders. Anyway, I felt to say that to you. Hope you take it in the way it was meant. Good luck.
Yeah I haven't been able to find anything after looking awhile longer. Its ok I guess, I think xsedrinam convinced me not to do it anywaysmad jew said:I've been searching for a way since you first made the topic and have come up with nothing. Maybe there just isn't a way to block a whole area of the forums, sorry.
What's a "get button" and how do I find it?tech4all said:This won't really help for your specific situation but if you click those little get buttons on the right side of the forums that'll hide the whole section. Maybe there's some way to hide sub-forums the same way?
A gel button as in the kind used in OS X. Sorta pill-shaped. There on the right side of the bar of the name of the particular forum. Actually if you reply to this message, below it'll say "Additional Options", on that same bar to the right a gel button is there. Click that and it'll hide that section. Again not quite what you were looking for, but maybe there's a mod out there to do that to sub-forums or something.Heb1228 said:What's a "get button" and how do I find it?
Heb1228 said:An extra option has appeared in the control panel since I first posted this question. I figured I'd update the thread in case anyone else was looking for an answer to the same question.