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#1
Useful background information for your case?

"Are All Posts Being Queued For Moderation"

Once your post is available to see (out of the Moderation queue) please post a link to it in this thread.

Thanks.

BFN,

fp.
[admin]#2
What did you post specifically and I can tell you why it was moderated :)
#3
I can see your comment is quoted by hugekebab:

[ http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dell-ultrasharp-u2311h-ips-panel-181-49-delivered/905435?p=10919772 ]

...but I cannot see your original comment!

Did you delete it?

BFN,

fp.
#4
mamboboy
I re-edited it, but each time it needs to be re-approved... even though the (assuming) froogle affiliate code has gone?
I bet the person having to re-approve it isn't best pleased lol

:)

I suggested in the other "moderation" Feedback thread that the original version of edited comments should stay in place whilst the amended comment was being modified (for this very reason).

If you have changed the hyperlink(s) then it is either the domain of that site that is flagged, or some of the remaining text:

The entire hyperlink removed below...
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IPS really is only beneficial if you are a graphic designer.

Most casual users/gamers will not even notice the difference in colour gamut, and more importantly a TN's gamut would never hinder you in gaming, neither would a TN's viewing angles. The utmost important thing for a gamer or somebody who watches a lot of movies is the response times (8ms grey to grey, so black-white-black will be 12-16ms).

I eyed up IPS panels for a while, and then figured viewing angles don't matter to me at all. Less £181 would get you a very nice TN panel that I can guarantee (if you aren't a graphic designer) you'd be happier with in the longrun.
The 24" Iiyama ProLite E2409HDS for example - which got the best review on Expert Reviews in the £150 - £300 range (Link)

Not knocking the deal, though as it's a bargain. Voted hot.
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If this comment is published immediately without needing moderation then it must be the site you are quoting.

BFN,

fp.
#5
Yes; no moderation required.

BFN,

fp.
[admin]#6
This is an issue from CCL being suspended for self promotion. Although they've now been removed from the filter, it seems the term is still flagging the mod queue.

Will look into this

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