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SubjectIs there anyway possible to filter out people's signature? Reply to this message
Posted bymmortal03
Posted on04/16/01 00:12 AM



This would be great, as I am not here to view others quotes and pics in their signatures, but instead here to read about and post about emulation. Please address this if this is not possible. Thanks




SubjectNo, since it's part of the HTML of each post *mt* new Reply to this message
Posted bywildcat
Posted on04/17/01 09:24 PM



> This would be great, as I am not here to view others quotes and pics in their
> signatures, but instead here to read about and post about emulation. Please
> address this if this is not possible. Thanks

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SubjectRe: No, since it's part of the HTML of each post *mt* new Reply to this message
Posted bymmortal03
Posted on04/17/01 10:00 PM



Yeah, that is what I thought too, but there is a point at which the signature is added to the post. If someone "turned off" signatures, there would be a separate set of messages or coding where the signature was not added that he would then access. (I figure this would be how you would do it.)




SubjectRe: No, since it's part of the HTML of each post *mt* new Reply to this message
Posted byBig-Pete
Posted on05/12/01 11:09 AM



ivilded has signatures turned off on his boards (www.impactemu.com) which are the same as these wwwthreads type borads, so it's possible at admin level at least. Maybe in a future version they'll give this power to users too? We'll see...


> Yeah, that is what I thought too, but there is a point at which the signature is
> added to the post. If someone "turned off" signatures, there would be a
> separate set of messages or coding where the signature was not added that he
> would then access. (I figure this would be how you would do it.)
>


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