jesus2099 Author

Yes that’s right, I see why it’s better not to see flagger’s name for the script author. :)
BTW, do you know what can I do for my flagged script ?
Could it be either unflagged or I been told the reason it should be kept flagged (so I could fix it) ?
Actually I updated it today and noticed it was still invisible to others.
Thanks for your time. :)


Those script have a long history, they are usually quite many lines too.
I will keep on trying to put all those I can in only one convenient script but I also have happy users of some simple straight‐to‐the‐point specific purpose scripts who don’t need/want all the rest (even if everything has its on/off toggle), so I must not only think about me.
But thanks for the advice as I sometimes loose focus and I did indeed forget about trying harder to do that. :)


Interesting topic, BTW as TimidScript said, it would be helpful both for script author and for admins that a reason for the flag has to be typed and that we (author and admins) can read it with the flagger’s user name as well. :)


Re: @trespassersW:
Hello and sorry I did not see this discussion before.
I have merged lots of scripts into a single big script called SUPER TURBO something where everything is on/off switchable in a settings panel.
But some users don’t like it that I merge everything so I keep separated those which are really specialised like this one, for the moment…