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Old 07-07-10, 10:12 AM   #4
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Default Re: Make P&R an opt-in Group Membership?

Like I said though, over @ r3d it's a nice and seamless opt in/opt out, using probably the same vbulletin we use here. Plus it gives uses the option to actually not have to see the P&R stuff if they don't want to.

I'm just throwin' it out there, as it seems so dang easy, simple and right how they're doing this over @ r3d, as their P&R section just like here is loosely moderated, inflammatory and controversial.

And it's not just a handful of posters here posting in our P&R forum, sometimes P&R posts end up making up a majority of the new posts list.

Anyway, I've made my point about this, I don't think this idea is a bad one, and I wanted to let people know that within vbulletin there is a choice to configure things like this.
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