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Chopin

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I've run into this several times, and it's very annoying when I'm trying to post. What is it and what useful purpose does it serve?
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Ryan

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It's so people can't post twice in less than X seconds.

Very useful to slow down spammers.

-Ryan
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Waiting 15 seconds isn't going to kill you Fred :)
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It will someday, when I have 14 seconds to live! :)

Thanks for the answer Ryan :wave:
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It'll go away if (when) you become staff. :)
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It does? Could have sworn I got stopped by it once.

Guess not
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*Excal buys Ryan some GeekU Highwaters in case he gets flooded again


:)
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