Many forum mods tend to assume an issue has been resolved when it really hasnt. The biggest example I can give for this is the thread addressing a solution to teaming in ssm. As expected, many mods and trainee tryhards just said "just report". Many of us ssm players responded saying that it doesnt solve the issue since its easy to not get caught. But soon a sr mod locked the thread saying "the concern has been addressed, just report and teaming is no more" when it obviously wasnt what the OP was asking about nor intended with that thread. This also leads me to believe that mods only read one or two replies to the thread without reading the responses to them and then lock the thread because its been resolved. In my opinion the rule about "you need to add a suggestion if you have a problem with something in the original post" should be removed. Not every question has a clear cut answer, and sometimes it should be the job of the community to provide solutions to help the poster. There are multiple threads where the OP didnt provide a solution which still had the same/more quality discussion than ones where they did, so I dont see how its a big deal. About your response to my second post, Im talking about mods and trainee tryhards that post in this format. "Hey, As [person above me] said, (Unnecessarily wordy summary of what they said and adding no new ideas of their own) " Also these kind of replies get more likes than the comment they copied which is also funny.