Clarification requeted - is this considered to be a censor bypass?

#1ShotgunnerPosted 3/16/2014 1:11:46 PM
I know that censor bypassing is a major violation(namely because it's an obvious disregard for the rules) and I'd like to double check something before I inadvertently get myself moderated.

Is using " f'n "(in place of f******) considered a censor bypass in ANY way?

I've wanted to use it a few times in the past, but I erred on the side of caution - just in case.

Thank you in advance, and my apologies for posting a second topic in here today.
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#2Crazymaori(Moderator)Posted 3/16/2014 1:20:34 PM
What you have posted is fine. It is the first letter of the banned word that is to be visible, then every subsequent letter to be censored. Your example gives the first letter and then doesn't even have the subsequent letters, only the suffix "ing" which has been shortened.
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