Ignore for KC Webclient Users /ignore nickname (ignores the nickname you specify (c As Es En Si Ti Ve)) /unignore nickname (takes the nickname you specify OFF your ignore list (c As Es En Si Ti Ve)) Please note that by putting a chatter on ignore on the webclient, you will no longer be able to see the chatters comments in main chat as well as receive private messages from the chatter. For m IRC Users /ignore -p nickname (ignore private messages from nickname) /ignore nickname (ignore all message from nickname, both private AND main) /ignore -r nickname (remove the nickname from your ignore list) /ignore -r (removes ALL ignores from your ignore list) If you are using a different IRC client, the commands for putting a user on ignore may differ, please visit our website for more information. There are also "PM Blockers" freely available on the internet to help users manage who can and cannot Private Message them.Please make use of them if you are the type of person that would be upset by an uninvited Private Message.Keep it friendly and your chat experience, as well as that of your fellow chatters, will be a good one.If a chatter is found to be harassing other chatters or rooms, or is found to be (in the opinion of KC Staff) deliberately or maliciously disrupting conversations they will be removed from the server.
If, on return from a ban, the chatter resumes the behaviour of which s/he has been warned, further bans may be placed which could include a permanent ban from room(s) or the server.Failure to comply with such a request will eventually result in, either, a) your ability to talk and move around the server being removed for a period of time, b) a temporary ban from the channel in question or c) possibly a temporary ban from the entire server. We DO understand that mistakes can be made, we're all human after all (apart from maybe the Furries : P).