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    Firbolg in the Playground

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    annoyed I Received A Warning About Double Posting Which I Didn't Double Post

    Ok, I just received a warning about Double Posting of my thread of Pokemon: Detective Pikachu movie. The thing is I never double post at all. Somebody posted after me and The Gylphstone moved all the other post to the Pokemon thread. I don't understand why I deserved a warning which I really follow the rules and regulations in this forum.

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    Titan in the Playground
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    Default Re: I Received A Warning About Double Posting Which I Didn't Double Post

    The process to appeal any moderator decision is, to the best of my recollection, to PM the mod that performed the action and, if you are unhappy with the result, escalate to Roland St. Jude, again by PM.

    I'll try to find a red text stating as such.
    ETA: Closest I can find is this
    Quote Originally Posted by Roland St. Jude View Post
    Also, if one has a problem with a specific act of moderation, please discuss it privately with the moderator via PM, and then with me, if necessary.
    I can definitely remember a more detailed version that concept, but I am struggling to find it
    ETA2: It's actually in the forum rules:
    If you disagree with a specific act of moderation please contact the moderator, respectfully, to discuss the matter. If you really feel you have been treated unfairly by a Moderator, you may contact Roland St. Jude, the Forum Guru.


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