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Spam Prevention and Character Limits

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    Posted: May/19/2016 at 11:08am
To prevent spamming, the discussion board will only allow 1 post every 15 seconds and 5 total posts within 3 minutes.  If you receive a spam warning when you try to post, click the back button wait a minute or so and then attempt to post it again.

Posts are limited to 100,000 characters.  If you have an exceptionally large post it is a good idea to type it in a word document or other text editor that counts the number of characters.  If your post is over this limit it will have to be broken up into smaller posts.

Any time your post is not successful for whatever reason, click the back button on your browser and the text you entered should still be there.  If you are concerned about losing what you typed, to be safe you can copy everything you entered to your computer's clipboard by pushing Ctrl+A (Command+A for Mac)  to select all and then Ctrl+C (Command+C for Mac) to copy the text.  Push Ctrl+V (Command+V for Mac) to paste it into another text editor.

Edited by tsassadmin - May/19/2016 at 11:10am
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