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    Posted: Yesterday at 04:54
Originally posted by Dean

Originally posted by Guldbamsen

 
If any of the other admins as well as ex admins could show me an easier way, I'd be much obliged. 



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Evil Smile now you know why I always beatched every time I deleted ratings. 

From what I remember, the easiest way was to open the Admin page in a fresh browser then listing the album reviews by Album ID. From the list of review IDs you could then (I *think*) open separate tabs for each review and then delete them one by one.


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Originally posted by Dean

Evil Smile now you know why I always beatched every time I deleted ratings. 

From what I remember, the easiest way was to open the Admin page in a fresh browser then listing the album reviews by Album ID. From the list of review IDs you could then (I *think*) open separate tabs for each review and then delete them one by one.

This is something worth remembering. Thanks Dean. The way I've been going about it this morning has been nothing short of excruciatingly tedious and mind-numbing. My brain feels like jello atm.  
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Going back to an earlier suggestion by the groovin' Peruvian Ivan, does anyone know if the database software would allow us to restrict the adding of NEW albums to just collaborators only? i.e. if a collaborator adds an eagerly awaited album before the official release date we get Guldbamsen or equivalent to spank them mercilessly (I don't actually think this is possible and I suspect that to implement such we would have to remove entirely the ability for any non collab to add albums?) Given the high maintenance housekeeping that ratings manipulation entails, I certainly wouldn't wish the tedious task of manually deleting the ratings and/or reviews of hirsute plankton on my worst enemy. If people behave like kids, maybe we should start treating them likewise?
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