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    Thumbs down Freedom.

    I'm afraid that moderators are out of control in Cboard and that one of them (Bubba) closed two of my threads because he had "suspicion" that I was going to be a uberleethaxor and virus up the forum. What the hell does a Keylogger have to do with Direct3D? I never knew moderators were that stupid. K close this thread, Bubba, but you cannot remove it. They will see what kind of tyrant you have been.
    Code:
    If (UserPort == Insecure)
    {
    Hack();
    }
    
    Hack()
    {
    LogOn (UserPort);
    Send.Virus
    LogOff (UserPort);
    }
    The 1337 Hacker Hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by darknite135 View Post
    I'm afraid that moderators are out of control in Cboard and that one of them (Bubba) closed two of my threads because he had "suspicion" that I was going to be a uberleethaxor and virus up the forum. What the hell does a Keylogger have to do with Direct3D? I never knew moderators were that stupid. K close this thread, Bubba, but you cannot remove it. They will see what kind of tyrant you have been.
    Whatever, cracker boy.

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    6. Messages relating to cracking, (erroneously called "hacking" by many), copyright violations, or other illegal activities will be deleted. This includes all messages regarding keyloggers.
    Hacking was mentioned in the Direct3D post. Keylogger mentioned in another post. Both violate forum rules. Thus closure.

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    one of them (Bubba) closed two of my threads because he had "suspicion" that I was going to be a uberleethaxor
    According to the forum rules:
    6. Messages relating to cracking, (erroneously called "hacking" by many), copyright violations, or other illegal activities will be deleted. This includes all messages reguarding to keyloggers.

    Bubba closed your threads in order to get the message across, especially since there were no replies at that point.

    and virus up the forum.
    Of course, any information given out would not have helped you "virus up the forum" anyway.

    What the hell does a Keylogger have to do with Direct3D?
    If you consider them different issues, then it implies that you are guilty on two counts instead of one, and thus deserve double the punishment.

    K close this thread, Bubba, but you cannot remove it.
    We can remove it, of course, but it is probably more fun to let the general population laugh at you.

    Anyway... you have a choice: you can either stay on (perhaps after a ban), learn and contribute to the community here without breaking the rules, or you can leave.
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    Badmouthing the moderators is never the right way to go.
    What you should do is PM one of them, try to explain what you're doing, and if it is indeed genuine and you can convince some of them, they can reopen your threads and stop closing them. All fair.
    If it turns out that they will not listen because they think it's something bad, then it's better to stop arguing, find some other place who might listen to you and try there. The forum here is still open for other questions and concerns you might have you.
    Don't destroy your chances here due to some small misconceptions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elysia View Post
    Badmouthing the moderators is never the right way to go.
    What you should do is PM one of them, try to explain what you're doing, and if it is indeed genuine and you can convince some of them, they can reopen your threads and stop closing them. All fair.
    If it turns out that they will not listen because they think it's something bad, then it's better to stop arguing, find some other place who might listen to you and try there. The forum here is still open for other questions and concerns you might have you.
    Don't destroy your chances here due to some small misconceptions.
    I did that but Bubba deleted them before he read them. Lmao
    Code:
    If (UserPort == Insecure)
    {
    Hack();
    }
    
    Hack()
    {
    LogOn (UserPort);
    Send.Virus
    LogOff (UserPort);
    }
    The 1337 Hacker Hehe

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    You have no way of knowing if someone deletes your PMs before reading them.

    I'm hereby closing this thread.
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    Originally Posted by brewbuck:
    Reimplementing a large system in another language to get a 25% performance boost is nonsense. It would be cheaper to just get a computer which is 25% faster.

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    This thread is not closed.

    EDIT:
    darknite135, some mods are more flexible and forgiving than others. Bubba is just one of the picky ones. Look at the bright side, he has done me more wong than you. But complaining won't help. Elysia's advice is good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yarin View Post
    This thread is not closed.
    Hush.
    The programmer’s wife tells him: “Run to the store and pick up a loaf of bread. If they have eggs, get a dozen.”
    The programmer comes home with 12 loaves of bread.


    Originally Posted by brewbuck:
    Reimplementing a large system in another language to get a 25% performance boost is nonsense. It would be cheaper to just get a computer which is 25% faster.

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    >> This thread is not closed.
    I'm surprised. Mario has powers... political powers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yarin
    Bubba is just one of the picky ones.
    Mentioning keyloggers and things of that nature is clearly stated as being against the rules. I hardly see how that's picky.
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    Hey twomers. Good to see you are still around.

    Quote Originally Posted by twomers View Post
    >> This thread is not closed.
    I'm surprised. Mario has powers... political powers.
    I deny everything.
    The programmer’s wife tells him: “Run to the store and pick up a loaf of bread. If they have eggs, get a dozen.”
    The programmer comes home with 12 loaves of bread.


    Originally Posted by brewbuck:
    Reimplementing a large system in another language to get a 25% performance boost is nonsense. It would be cheaper to just get a computer which is 25% faster.

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    Let's rename this thread for the portugese audience.

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    I'm not inclined to trust someone too much who has this signature:
    Quote Originally Posted by darknite135
    Code:
    If (UserPort == Insecure)
    {
    Hack();
    }
    
    Hack()
    {
    LogOn (UserPort);
    Send.Virus
    LogOff (UserPort);
    }
    The 1337 Hacker Hehe
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    >> Hey twomers. Good to see you are still around.
    You too. Thought you were gone!

    I wouldn't be too worried, dwk... his hack function has no return type (unless it's a constructor), his if statement is an If statement, his virus sending method is the wrong way around, surely, and doesn't call a function... just states something without a ;. I think we're safe.

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