The 'grey' forums have this no-stars-whatsoever effect. Is there a possibility to go 'grey' on all forums and to hide the star-function at will?
Just putting the thought out here, might be a nice addition to the already overwhelming set of functions. More funny individualisations with a little
save space from this astronomical influence of stars...
Thought I should share, weird as it is. Thanks for the consideration and feel free to flag this to SO's desk. lol.
Get rid of avatar pics,messaging,numbers instead of names(think Auschwitz),the ability to report posts(that one would have the left throwing
extreme tantrums),no more disclosing the race of criminals killed by police,no more emoticons,etc.
How about adding the option to hide them for freaks like me?
You can keep them, of course. I'd like to keep them myself, but the option to ignore them for a while would be fun. Just imagine a week of daily
postings while not being aware of all the star-feedback you get until you stop 'going grey' and - bäm! There they are.
This isn't about getting rid of anything at all, but rather about adding a weird feature. Maybe that's clear now?
Thanks for the help to point this out, I'd star your post as well if I could.
edit on 27-11-2016 by PublicOpinion because: (no reason given)
it would be a nice option if you could hide the stars (and flags) just like you can hide the avatars now. But I would not expect the implementation of
it unless there is another mayor overhaul and I don't think many people will use it.
And , going even further , lets start a nationwide movement. Take away the scoring system for children who participate in sports . Both teams win . No
longer a recognition of the ones that have practiced , worked hard , and excelled.
So let ATS downgrade into just another Redzit....ermmm , yeah
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