- Joe Dunfee
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Another user contacted me after he noticed that the thread was removed, and also my new thread asking about that thread that disappeared. Bricsys is not creating good feelings with what they are doing. At least be open about it, and let the users know when a thread is removed, and why. Otherwise, it starts to feel there is a secret censorship group, that has secret rules about what gets removed, and you are just left guessing about what is permitted and what is not.
I think most users respect Bricsys' right to control content on their forum. But, being secretive about it is not what users expect.March 2020
I think most people would be able to read your reply, and understand that the other individual may have misinterpreted your commend, and they may even change their mind themselves. And of course, this sort of topic is prone to getting posts that are in poor judgment, and not everyone agrees what is poor judgement.
I don't recall thinking that your original post was a thread started from Bricsys. If you are a Bricsys employee, then I can certainly understand wanting to steer clear of some subjects.
Also, my post to the misc category asking the question, is also gone. Again, it really is frustrating to find stuff removed without any notice to the people who posted. I got to your message below by following the link in the notice I received in my e-mail. But, after I browsed away, I couldn't figure out how to get back to my "wall". I eventually I figured out to use the e-mail link again, so that I could reply to it. And again, I spent several minutes trying to figure it out.March 2020
This was my thread and I had no choice but to delete it because my "innocent" comment was being misinterpreted, by one individual in particular. I did not want certain viewpoints to be misinterpreted as the views of Bricsys or BricsCAD. I'm sorry about this., but I had no choice.March 2020