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Hello truckers and management, :)

I want to ask something about the forum rules. As we all know, it is not right to increase the number of messages by doing SPAM and ,f you read the rules, you know.

Are comments deleted here? or Should I wait for a certain amount of time?

Thank you everybody, good day and good game truckers.. :)


 

Forum only Rules Here:

https://truckersmp.com/rules

§3.1 - No off-topic posting

 

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Comments such as "useless content" and "off topic posts" or similar will be hidden. Hidden means forum mods and above will be able to see it, but normal users will not.

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Hello @[TL TEAM] GoknOz;

 

having the same post is deleted. and also, unnecessary message senders, out-of-topic spam message senders. there is a warning for them. they are doing hidden and only managers can see it.
I shared the rules you were worried about below. You can read.

Cordially,

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§3 - Forum only rules

 

§3.1 - No off-topic posting

You may not post replies not relevant to the topic or previous posts on the topic.

 

§3.2 - No bumping threads more than once every 3 days, or unnecessarily

You can only post to bump a topic once every 3 days. In addition, you are not allowed to bump topics unnecessarily, for example, you are not allowed to bump your VTC topic unless the post adds content to the topic.

 

§3.3 - Use descriptive titles

Do not use titles such as "Help me", instead try to describe the content of the topic.

 

§3.4 - No reputation farming

Do not use other accounts to upvote your own posts, "farming" likes or upvotes.

 

§3.5 - No trading or selling

You are not allowed to use this forum to trade/sell goods, Steam accounts or any other services (e.g. services which require subscription payment, TS3 servers, VPNs, PTC, Gambling sites and so on). This does not include official game store pages and free unused game keys.

 

§3.6 - Avatars

No blinking GIFs or other animations are allowed Moving GIFs or animations are allowed

 

§3.7 - Signatures

Max Height: 150px (Any height excess of 150px will be hidden automatically) Max Filesize: 150kb total download No blinking GIFs or other animations are allowed Moving GIFs or animations are allowed

 

§3.8 - Category use/purpose

A description of the intended purpose or use of a forum category can be found in the category description. Any topic that does not follow this can be moved, and even hidden or deleted. In case of users frequently posting in the wrong category, a verbal warning or even a warning point can be issued. Any category on the forum can have specific rules or requirements that only apply to that category. When this applies, information will be given in either the category description, above the category content or in a pinned topic in the category. Sub categories have the same category-specific rules and requirements as the parent category unless otherwise specified. For example, the ETS2MP bug reports category has the same rules as the general Bug report section. When a category has a specified format, using this format is required unless otherwise specified. Formats are given in the same way as category-specific rules. In a category with strict moderation, any off-topic posts will be given a warning point, without verbal warnings prior. This is to ensure the quality of the information found in certain sections. These sections are identified with a [STRICT MODERATION] tag in the section description.

 

 

 

 

 

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Replying (commeting) on a certain topic is okay, as long as it's related to the topic mentioned by @Carrera18 above. Spamming the forums would practically mean continiously replying to topics without a relevant point (e.g. hi, ok ty, etc.). You should your common sense about when to post and when not to in the most cases, if you feel like it, do it (as long as it's not breaking the rules).

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