But that's not what we're saying here - yes, a ban would see them coming back, but a block list would allow them to vent their spleen without derailing the conversation for the rest of us (unless people who haven't blocked them reply), and they wouldn't be aware that their audience was disappearing.
They also wouldn't be able to unleash streams of invective through PM like what Amynue had to put up with.
In a thread you don't need to read........
Unless of course your just desperate to feel triggered
My point is,
1) Ignoring people you don't like, do it yourself. It's not hard, I do it regularly.
2) Ignoring people who keep spamming on new demo accounts..., your desire for a block list won't work. So try 1 !
This is called 'Common Sense'. Unfortunately, 'Common Sense' stopped being a part of the education system many years ago and was replaced with 'Special Snowflakes' who need 'Safe Spaces' to prevent them being 'Triggered' by 'Unpleasant Things' (AKA Reality) that they can't deal with............
South Park have done (a whole season) on this one !!!
It's not that straight forward a feature I'm afraid. I had a look this week - I can super easily ignore posts made by users, but there's also post counts in threads and forums that would get oos then. It would for exmaple be possible to have a page with 1 post which could be ignored and then you have an empty page. The same with threads started by an ignored user. Do we hide the whole thread? (and then forum thread count is wrong).
So .. it's not so easy I'm afraid.
That said, Racer X NZ, you've also worn off my patience and you are on a thin line right now. You last post again is filled with pure non sense and it just not adding anything to this conversation or in general.
You decide how to go on from here.
I'm still waiting for an option to get rid of all posts from some uninteresting users on the forum.
The simplest option would be to replace the content of "<div class="FPostText">" element with a notice that the content is blocked due to your preferences. It would be nice to have a button to see the post, but not necessary at all (you can open a private/incognito session and check if you like).
Thank you for the userscript, Flame CZE, it seems to work well enough. And on the subject of brevity, there's also lfsdev-rss if you're mainly interested in what ScaViEr is up to and have a RSS client (or a web browser that can parse Atom/RSS) (main thread).