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Hyokkuda Ryosan@userstyles deleted this style because of "They finally added a comment loader."

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PC Gamer - Comments Removal

Added by Hyokkuda Ryosan@userstyles, Created: Aug 01, 2016, Updated: Aug 01, 2016
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PC Gamer - Comments Removal will not only remove the comment section from the page completely, but also improve the loading time for other contents and/or the page itself.

Because it seems like this is one place beside Steam where I read a lot of idiocy and negativity from other people, hiding the comment section seems to be helpful enough for me to forget how many impudent youth are actually visiting this page.

Version: 1.0.0b | View change logs (N/A)

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Are you tired of reading comments of people insulting others, starting drama or being negative all the time on the Internet? Or are you scared to share your thoughts only to receive negative replies later no matter what you say? It is obvious that a lot of people on the Internet have become too cocky over the years since social network is more and more popular. It seems like some people have no feelings nor cares for what they are saying to others anymore. This is why this style will completely hide the comment section for PC Gamer. It is understandable that sometimes it can be interesting to read what other people are saying about a topic, but it can also start fire if you or someone else disagree with something they said or you said which might pump up someone to reply.

So basically the purpose of this style is to avoid drama as much as possible by hiding the comment section from you so you can read in peace without being distracted!


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Applies to:
CC0 1.0 Universal.
Hyokkuda Ryosan@userstyles has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to PC Gamer - Comments Removal, to the extent allowed by law.

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