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thanks. I knew that but was too lazy. However, I do not get notification of questions asked so if the question was masked, everyone who does not receive notification and who is not very "inquisitive" will not see the question. But let's stop it here, we are all in agreement. Have a sunny day.
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As I said, firstly, it isn't the actual question term itself that is offensive; and secondly, it's too late now anyway!
The ONLY function of the 'offensive' flag is to mask the actual question term when notifications are sent out, and to block notifications from people who prefer not to receive these questions. Since the notifications have already gone out, neither of those two functions will achieve anything.
Anyone coming across the question by any other route will/would see it anyway.
I'm just a bit worried that some people may find this question offensive and make a bit of a stink, that's all. I'll leave it up to you. But it's up to Rita to decide what she wants to do. Rule 2.9: Labeling of certain types of questions is required. Term questions that are either derived from a translation test, or which contain content that may be perceived as offensive by others, should be marked using the checkboxes provided in the posting form.
ich habe versucht, dies zu ändern, geht aber nicht. Da bereits eine Antwort vorhanden ist, kannst du auch nicht die Frage zurückziehen. Vielleicht macht es ja einer der Moderatoren. Es gibt halt sehr viele empfindliche Personen.