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(Update: All solutions untested - just to be clear) If you use the following css in your local css configuration:

.node-from-NNNNNN { display: none; } /* Newest nodes (and ot +hers?) */ #id-9488 .auth-NNNNNN { display: none; } /* Worst nodes */ #id-397425 .nnt-auth-NNNNNN { display: none; } /* RAT */

... where NNNNNN is the appropriate node ID of the user, I believe this will hide at least all root level nodes from that particular user. I also think (but have not checked) if when using the nested divs display mode that this will hide from that point down.

Update: Added ID strings for other pages

In the CB you can use /ignore USERNAME to hide the user.

--MidLifeXis


In reply to Re: Blocking users by MidLifeXis
in thread Blocking users by DrHyde

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