"You have 1 unread completed mod request."

Jheg

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Yeah.. so, err....

This window in chat:
"You have 1 unread completed mod request."
Has been spamming me nonstop. I think this little add on is useful, but it just sits there and continuously spams me every minute or so. The modreq i made that on was about how to get on Creative plots cause I couldn't get on, and that was pretty old.

If anyone can help me stop the spam, that would be great. :D

EDIT: I also thought of making a modreq about this problem to get it solved sooner, but the problem was about modreqs, so yeah.

-Cyber
 

0zlw

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You can use /read to see the list of modreq(s) that you need to read.
To mark it as read, use /read id
and this will stop it from bugging you.
 

James137137

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the purposed of "/read id" is so you read each one and not skip them. so i guess you would have to read all 20 (unless they are self complete modreq)
 

0zlw

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If a person makes 20 modreq's, it really become their problem...
 

Caotical

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Well I just had my player data reset and it I guess revived all my modreqs. Little annoying to be honest but i guess I'll just have to go one by one
 

Jheg

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I guess a way around this is if we could have limited modreqs per day? So we couldn't spam you guys (And ourselves) with modreqs.
 

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CyberTeck said:
I guess a way around this is if we could have limited modreqs per day? So we couldn't spam you guys (And ourselves) with modreqs.
Personally I believe this is greatly counter-productive, is reading a bunch of mod-reqs that difficult? You are asking for a limitation on the number of mod-reqs submitted to reduce notifications upon yourself? However that may just be me, I read everything I can every day, so reading the result of the mod-reqs I created isn't that big of an issue.
 

Jheg

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Yeah, I see your point. The only other thing reducing modreq applications will solve is to stop users from just spamming you all out, but I don't know if that happens, and it probably doesn't.
 
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