the OP shalt not be deletable

autobunny

This is getting ridiculous - OPs deleting their OPs leaving threads OPless.   

null

In fact, the 2nd poster then automatically assumes the OP position without ever having agreed to it and given the quality of most OPs, the 2nd post is usually a put down of the OP.

null

 

Please do something about it.

null

autobunny

Now it will be obligatory for the 2nd poster to quote the OP, in case this happens.

null

AlCzervik
autobunny wrote:

This is getting ridiculous - OPs deleting their OPs leaving threads OPless.   

 

In fact, the 2nd poster then automatically assumes the OP position without ever having agreed to it and given the quality of most OPs, the 2nd post is usually a put down of the OP.

 

 

Please do something about it.

 

quoting you. just in case you delete it.

autobunny

it was not possible before.  it's a new horrid feature with v3, which begs the question.

null

ok, so i asked twice ...

autobunny

the bunny doesn't delete, he merely gets deleted, as history will show, if not already altered/deleted ...

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autobunny

true, given they don't have much value or sense to start with, BUT the wrong people will be blamed for creating such threads.

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autobunny

Nah,  nobody wants to hear what a bunny has to say. 

This one's practically a ghost town 

https://www.chess.com/forum/view/chess-players/chess-maneuvers-off-the-board

MynameisMurl

Oh good, I thought I wuz lozin it 

autobunny

looks like the bunny's getting the same treatment as madame fanny la fan from chess.com staff.

superchessmachine

Hey, it has its advantages

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superchessmachine

I know but some people just post an leave.

autobunny
RonaldJosephCote wrote:

  If you're the 2nd poster, there's nothing stopping you from deleting your post too.

besides these things don't end well

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autobunny
superchessmachine wrote:

Hey, it has its advantages

Yes we see 😂  Case in point 

https://www.chess.com/forum/view/general/general-are-chess-com-users-really-that-important

 

superchessmachine

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Lord_Hammer
superchessmachine wrote:

 

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autobunny
IMRonilm1204 wrote:
superchessmachine wrote:

 

 

Feelings got hurt.   Chess.com should not allow op deletions 

superchessmachine
autobunny wrote:
IMRonilm1204 wrote:
superchessmachine wrote:

 

 

Feelings got hurt.   Chess.com should not allow op deletions 

Perhaps...

superchessmachine

Maybe they could recycle old banned accounts

dsgo
RonaldJosephCote wrote:

  If you're the 2nd poster, there's nothing stopping you from deleting your post too.

Exactly. Therefore, the 3rd poster should quote the 2nd person's quote, and the 4th, and so on and so forth. Any other content must be added alongside the quote.

superchessmachine