It's still part of the paid tier, and surely you notice conversations about people paying just to have access to the dumb button. So yeah, the site sold access to it and now doesn't want people to use it. Makes total sense. Should be easy to just disable it, which was my original point, rather than selectively enforce it.There were several other responses packaged in with it at the time, correct? The answer is yes, there were several other responses packaged in. It wasn't just a "hey, you pay and then you get the dumb button!" The entire premise was "additional reactions." That is how almost any set of features like that works, if you've ever set up a website or forum.
Knock it off or nothing doesn't really work.The entire last sentence you are referencing was "knock it off." If you inferred "or else," that's your problem.
You know triggered is a loaded word, and actually has been used medically with regard to ptsd and other mental illnesses. Yes, it's lazy to use this word and you shouldn't use it.Setting up your inferences and assumptions as fact is also "pretty intellectually lazy." You're telling us to hire a "real" programmer, reporting posts, and continually arguing, so I'd say something has set you off, correct? I've taken actual time out of my day multiple times to try and explain things to you before so that you could know to stop acting in a way that would get you banned, and this is your response to... not using a "dumb" button?
Multiple times you've taken time out of your day to warn me on being banned? Like one time since I've been on the site?
Right.I "hearted" responses that wished me luck. I "heart" or positively react to about a hundred responses a day, which is easily evidenced by going to my profile.