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Under the "Votes" tab towards the bottom there is a feature that makes it so that when a story receives a certain number of negative votes it is then discarded.
Well I spent hours today trying to figure out what was causing my stories to be automatically discarded as soon as I submitted them.
I finally discovered that it was the feature mentioned above.
I had mine set to ten. When I set it to zero, turning it off, my test stories started to appear again.
This would be a nice self moderating feature if it could be made to function properly.

Thanks,

Ivan

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    I tried setting -1 and it still automatically discard stories.

    | Posted 432 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    I had this same exact thing happen! Did not try with a negative number (if it lets you use one?)

    | Posted 432 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

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