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Date Thu Oct-11-12 11:07 AM



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This is why I hate those kind of auto censors. Unfortunately, short of asking a few schools which words they choose to block...they don't all use the same software.

Fortunately, it's better than it used to be. I administered a forum on Proboards once. Proboards turns on a bad word filter by default. At the time it wasn't smart enough to identify entire word versus parts of words.

I turned it off after it refused to allow a post containing, no kidding, the word 'spoon' because the filter saw the part after the s. (And yes, that IS a bad word, albeit one not used that often).

So, yeah, my advice would be to ask around.


"I find some sanity on the written page. Where life is worth more than a living wage" - Melissa Etheridge


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bad language and parental filters. [View all] , Weird Jim, Wed Oct-10-12 10:26 PM
  RE: Language and parental filters., NinjaFingers, Oct 11th 2012 #1

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