It's a fact. Not all forum users will get along. I grok that. Brightly, brightly and with great beauty.
Most users that I have an issue with, I can just skip over their responses and go on with my day.
But every once in a while there is a user who just annoys the snot out of me, and cannot be ignored. It is for this type of user that I am begging and pleading for Adobe to either A) find a plugin for the Jive platform that will allow users to have a list of users to ignore, or B) petition the Jive authors to add this capability.
And, please, before anyone suggests adding a script to my browser, or doing this, or doing that.. I can't. I do not have the ability to install anything, or add any plugins, to my work computer. The network powers-that-be do not want us users to mess with anything. Security issue.
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Sorry, never going to happen. It's been discussed several times over the years, and because of the way Jive pages are generated it's not feasible to implement; nor does Jive see it as appropriate. This isn't social media - you're not just reading posts from people you like.
If a user is consistently violating the Guidelines, they can be reported and Adobe will deactivate the account.
Every day, I hate Adobe just a little bit more. I'd have junked this account a long time ago, if it weren't for the fact that most companies that want CF functionality for their site/application won't switch to an open source version.