Wrongful censorship of forum posts

cy8
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    I am seeing advertisements on Amazon related to my browsing in Opera, despite using Ublock and Umatrix. I dont have this problem in Chrome or Firefox, so I suspect Opera is leaking data. If Opera is sharing data with Amazon, at the very least I would expect Opera to print Amazon pages correctly without glitches. But alas that is not the case: when I go to print some Amazon pages the text to the right of the primary image is truncated. When I filed a bug report about this in the forum, it did not appear. So now I am posting to complain about the moderator who wrongfully deleted my post.

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    leocg
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    leocg

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    When I filed a bug report about this in the forum, it did not appear.

    So it was waiting for approval.

    So now I am posting to complain about the moderator who wrongfully deleted my post.

    A post can be unapproved if 1) it's jus spam or 2) it breaks forum rules.

    cy8
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      So it was waiting for approval.

      No. If later posts queued for approval appeared in the forum, then it was not waiting for approval, it was deleted.

      A post can be unapproved if 1) it's jus spam or 2) it breaks forum rules.

      I did not ask WHY posts are deleted, I complained about WRONGFUL deletion. My post was not spam, it was a bug report with proof so developers could verify that the report is legitimate. So you have not addressed the issue of wrongful deletion here, you just made excuses for it.

      QUESTION: Does this forum maintain a log of who deleted posts and why?

      sgunhouse
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      sgunhouse

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      All I know is it wasn't there when I approved your other posts. Most likely some built-in limit (too many unapproved posts) or an error on your end. Doesn't matter now - post it properly and go on. This topic violates the rules and is now closed.

      This discussion has been closed.