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Why is "Archive" sometimes a censored word
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[quote:HolloH:MV80ODQwNDQ0Xzg4MzY1MzU1X0QzMjM0NzdE] Well yes but the word that you used is obvious, and you don't see it used on an everyday basis. Archive is a very basic word commonly used pretty much anywhere And what's worse is I use it within the post, But sometimes within the post to get censored whereas the word you mentioned in your case will get censored because of the word itself. On mine there seems to be some kind of context I'm not realizing. [/quote]
I cannot seem to type archive sometimes and I don't know why especially because I use the word within the post itself but sometimes it censors it by changing the word to "nope". Here's the two times it did it
"but when I accessed the folder the recording was in a 8gb zip
that required a password to extract. Unfortunately I did not know the password to it because I never put the recording inside of a passworded
This is the end of a paragraph so nothing comes after nope
"the fact that it also somehow locked itself in an
didn't really help and I eventually deleted the
I decided this because after thinking about it"
This was written in the middle of a paragraph
Can anyone explain this or have some type of idea of why it's doing this because I have no clue.
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