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Thread: Moderator Contradiction

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    Re: Moderator Contradiction

    By "can't be removed" what I am asking is... Is vb (or vb hack) not capable to do such?
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    Re: Moderator Contradiction

    AFAIK, it must be done directly in the database and u-g doesn't like that. Better wait for an admin, though.
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    Re: Moderator Contradiction

    The infraction can be removed behind the scenes. It is a little bit of a process. Usually, the fact that only staff and the recipient can see reversed infractions is enough, especially since the reason for the infraction reversal is visible to staff (a note saying something like "staff error" or "apology accepted" are common).

    In the interest of good customer relations, I'll dig in the vB admin control panel and make the infraction disappear this time.
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    Re: Moderator Contradiction

    Thank you Matthew... I do appreciate it.
    ... in myself i am nothing exactly no thing i am only a mirror in which others see aspects of themselves and attribute the resulting concepts to me but i am also an other to my self

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