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Original Poster

I cannot specify an external link to www**** (or just ****) in any comments without the "1up{dot}" being replaced by asterisks.

For example:

[ http://****/news/dead-island-game-of-the-year-edition ]

[ http://www****/news/dead-island-game-of-the-year-edition ]

As you can see the thread description & thread title are also affected.

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realblender

welcome to 2009



Yes, I know the problem has been present for some time. I have commented on it previously in other threads. However, I do not think it has been raised in a "Feedback" thread before. It is not going to be resolved if HeroDeveloper or any of the other member of the site staff has not spotted it & added the issue to "the queue".

Original Poster

'Bump'

I believe it is in the censored words list. You'll have to talk to JB or Admin about that!

Original Poster

HeroDeveloper

I believe it is in the censored words list. You'll have to talk to JB or … I believe it is in the censored words list. You'll have to talk to JB or Admin about that!



Thanks.

I can see, perhaps, the sexual connotation, but it seems like an odd inclusion in any respect.

I believe it was meant to be the website specifically that is censored.

Original Poster

HeroDeveloper

I believe it was meant to be the website specifically that is censored.



Maybe the site was added to the "censored list" due to a member linking to some inappropriate content in the past.

Either way, thanks for looking at this for me.

Banned

What's the site? (just leave spaces in the domain name)

I have no idea what 1up is!

[quote=guv]What's the site? (just leave spaces in the domain name)

I have no idea what 1up is![/quote

http://****/news/dead-island-game-of-the-year-edition

just replace the ** with 1 up . com

Original Poster

guv

What's the site? (just leave spaces in the domain name)I have no idea … What's the site? (just leave spaces in the domain name)I have no idea what 1up is!



See the suffix to the title of this thread (1up{dot}com).

Replace {dot} with a period character.

Ignore any references to Dorothy "Dot" Branning (née Colwell; previously Cotton) in "Eastenders", or serialised dramas set in a bygone era.
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