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kops says

Good intentions, but when a buyer sees a flagged comment on a new item it creates a negative atmosphere. So because of this these things should probably be reported to support instead.

That’s very true. I’ve mentioned this to support along with a couple of other people but they’ve got a lot on their plate at the mo!

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SyamilMJ says

Those comments are pretty harmless, considering that most of them only appear at the beginning when the item just freshly released. I think some authors went this route because the exposure on the items has been very poor lately. If TF is doing something to increase item exposure then authors who deliberately spam item’s comment section will find very little reason to continue doing so.

Also, you have this little tool to filter comments

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tabvn says

I ‘m happy when someone post this kind of comment :) no complaint .

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x4er0 says

:O I commented many templates and never thing about advertising :O

You are oversensitive …

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kops says

:O I commented many templates and never thing about advertising :O You are oversensitive …

Maybe so :) but this is really directed at the few that were spamming every single item, not the genuine messages of support.

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kops says

Also, you have this little tool to filter comments

Oo where does that hide? I can’t see it.

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pixelentity says

:O I commented many templates and never thing about advertising :O You are oversensitive …
that’s not being oversensitive: you comment/follow item/authors you like but when done for all items/authors, that’s just spam and also quite annoying.

BF

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kops says


Also, you have this little tool to filter comments

ach ignore me I just found it :)

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