This couldn’t happen on the Sony Communities, where the software detects post flooding, as this is called, and rejects the duplicates.
I mentioned this last time we had such a flood, so someone could check and see if this forum software had such a feature, but I don’t know whether that went anywhere or not.
Pity, because it’s what we need to prevent people like CrapTV0 from sh*tting the bed.
Just to let you know this user has now been banned, due to breaking the house rules around excessive spamming.
We've informed them of the best way to get their issue solved.
I also want to say thanks and also apologise for any inconvenience this has caused and for the delay in getting this picked up, we don't want to ruin your experience here on our community.
I reported these threads of theirs last night so it's nice to see quick action being taken, however, as @RoyB says, there ought to be a safeguard in the forum software to catch these things even quicker, as is the case on most other forum pages I visit.
Also just so you know, we're going through and batch moving the posts.
It's taking some time to update so you may still some around, we should have them all by the end of the day and then we'll move this to archive aswell.
Thanks for the update @Karl-F but, and I know this is nothing to do with you personally, the forum software must be poorly written that these things can't be taken care of more speedily. It seems it's not just 1080p/50fps etc etc on the tv side of things which are playing a slow game of catch up to the competition, the forum software is way behind too 😉
That said, it's a 'thank you' to yourself @Karl-F for latching onto this in good time this morning.