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    Banned people?

    Hello Mr. Baxter

    I hope you don't mind me suggesting this but I noticed today that there are a few banned people showing up in the list at the bottom of the forum. To be honest, and this is just my personal view, it makes the forum look untidy having names with two lines through them. Is there any way of removing them completely or hiding their names? I know on other forums accounts are completely deleted when someone is banned so they don't show up anyway. Just a thought.

    Best wishes Jackie

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    Re: Banned people?

    Most banned members here are banned for spamming. If we delete their accounts, it makes it easier for them to re-register. The strikeout font makes it easier to identify and track them for forum staff.

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    Re: Banned people?

    Hello Mr. Baxter,

    Yes, I can see what your saying, easier to keep track on them. It must just be a personal thing I just find those two lines a bit unsightly when everything else on this forum is set out so well. Anyway thanks for your reply

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    Re: Banned people?

    Point taken. I'll find another way to identify them.

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