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October 7th, 2011 #1
Posts awaiting moderation, don't get published
Hi, this is a new account and I attempted to start a sketch book to display our students' work about 3 days ago. I also tried making another post, but nothing appears.
I could use some help with this.
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October 7th, 2011 #3
Thank you very much.
October 9th, 2011 #4
October 13th, 2011 #5
If there was anything around this it was already addressed in Emily's post.
Unfortunately be patient and wait for us to handle it. It's not that difficult because once you get out of the 15 posts that become approved you'll get hit less with being moderated.
October 13th, 2011 #6
October 16th, 2011 #7
Thanks for your help. Just one last note on this subject: I would have gladly removed the links from our very first thread which sent it to moderation rather than post 15 other posts, if the option were available.
January 18th, 2012 #8
We now have 16 posts with additional few still waiting moderation but we are still under moderation. We've been in this state for nearly 2 months now because as an Atelier, unlike a normal user, we cannot easily make 20 regular posts happen. Can you, perhaps, help by approving the posts awaiting moderation or in some other way?
Thank you very much.
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I've tried several times to get posts through (since just waiting around seemed to work the first time) and none of them have been passed. All I've wanted to send (several times to try and get through) was a response to another user, and an update post for my thread.
I'm a new user, so I've been informed that there's a moderator post-limit. It's just a little frustrating when you wanna get things done as soon as possible.
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January 18th, 2012 #10
I spent this week working on the Nessy Concept for COW244 and I have no way of telling if it was even received. For a full time employee, like many here, just to be new and spend what time I have between my girlfriend and my job to, to paint... is hard enough. Not being told that your entry was not excepted to the polls, or being able to speak (message) a moderator because of being under 10 post does not help the situation. I understand the moderators being spammed... and no one likes that kind of junk, but at the least the people perticipating in Community Events (COW, ChOW, EOW, etc.) are obviously not spammers if they are posting WIPs as I did during the course of this week. But, I still know nothing, and the real frustrating part isn't my art not being except to the polls, it's not knowing whether or not my hard work was received at all. Seeing as that I was well over a day ahead of the due date with my submission... this should not have been a problem, that is having been informed of my entry's status.
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January 19th, 2012 #11
I don't get it. Is every single thing that goes through this site posted to hold "for moderator?"
I can't get a response back about art work for a COW...
I was able to post my WIPS for this weeks COW...
Somehow my artwork was sent in 2 nights ago, but someone who sent theres at noon yesterday has there's up and available for the polls.
This person also has less if not the same number of posts as myself...
So obviously something is not right, and it's sad that i cannot get anyone to respond other than the general community.
Having this be my first experience with a community event on Conceptart.org, I find it sad that my art, that I worked hard on, is not spoken for.
If it was submitted wrong, that's my fault. It would be nice to get a response regarding something such as that.
If it was not moderated, and it was looked over... well that shouldn't have happened, as I stated, others sent there's in well after myself and I was not accounted for.
January 19th, 2012 #12
Guys, try this:
Write your full post, (don't attach anything yet), copy it to a text file and then, reduce it to only one line. Probably, you'll be able to post.
After you've posted it, edit the post, paste back the wall of text, attach anything you wanted and profit! You just got past the filter.
Last edited by Vielmond; January 19th, 2012 at 08:32 AM. Reason: Getting past the filter ^^
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January 21st, 2012 #13Registered User
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