Settings resetting problem
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For some reason my custom setting keep reverting back to the default settings randomly. Sometimes it happens within 2 minutes of manually changing my settings, other times I can open and close my browser a few times before they are reverted back to the default. It's like Chinese water-torture, but with 4chan.
I'm not sure if its my browser or my computer, but whatever the issue is, I would like it resolved.
Pic related, its how I feel about the problem
Why do /a/ssholes think they own 4chan?
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Why do c/a/ncerous cocksuckers come to this board and bitch about too many "normalfags"?
You assholes are the ones ruining 4chan, with boards like /pol/, /g/, /v/, /sp/, and even fucking /b/ getting shitted up by your faggotry.
Stay in your containment board or fuck off back to Funimation or Animeplanet or wherever you fucks go.
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Can you please remove quests & eRP threads, Moot? I'm sick of mahou harem waifu dickgirl quests. At least force the smut ones on NSFW boards, /d/ already likes /d/iscussion anyway. Please. We don't need eRP threads or Blatant Fetish Quest. And yes moot, quests are only a problem on /tg/ because you quarantined them there. Hell, if you just made a chan game board for things like quests and streams, it'd make everyone happy
Feature suggestion for /int/
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I have a suggestion about a new feature to add on /int/, and in my opinion it would greatly increase this board's global quality. Note that this applies to /sp/ and generally any board that is bound to have flags enabled in the future.
The idea is very simple: flags should be concealed by default, but you can reveal it by typing something in the email field (or whatever method you think should be more appropriate). It would greatly improve /int/ overall for the following reason;
Most discussions on /int/ are heavily biased because people can't help but take the poster's nationality into account when arguing. This leads to literal ad hominem (i.e. "I'll disregard your comment because you come from X"), baseless flaming ("Fuck off, X faggot"), etc. I have observed the most blatant example of this kind of behavior recently: a Greek poster started a thread about "which country is the worst shithole" and almost every reply was "Greece". Now you may think the thread was fairly low-quality (and I agree with you) but I happened to be on my phone and for some reason flags aren't display when I post from it, so I decided to start the same thread, using the fact that my nationality is hidden when I post from my phone. Needless to say, the answers were extremely varied.
This shows that people are bound to be biased when they see other people's nationalities and this is extremely harmful for a quality discussion (that is, without the same shit-flinging that goes on since the board's creation).
Of course I can't deny the usefulness of flags on an international board; hence the option to display them on demand, when it becomes relevant or useful to the discussion. For instance, if someone asks for advice in Spanish, it only makes sense that the guys trying to correct the OP would reveal their flags if they are Spanish or Latinos. It also removes the problem of impersonation, since people can always reveal their flags when honesty is needed to carry on a conversation further.