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A clear filter line will delete the slot number specified or all slots
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A clear filter line will delete the slot number specified or all slots and consequently all filters that have been created by a user.
and consequently all filters that have been created by a user.
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Syntax: clear/spots [0-9]
  
      Syntax: clear/spots [0-9]
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or
  
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clear/spots all
  
      clear/spots all
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Example ...
  
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This will clear any or both accept and reject spot filters in slot 2.
  
  Example ...
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  clear/spots 2
  
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This will clear each and every user spot filter  - it will clear out all filters in all slots.
  
  This will clear any or both accept and reject spot filters in slot 2.
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  clear/spots all
  
 
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'''Note''' - if you just want to replace a spot filter, enter the rule again (with a line number) and it will overwrite the previous filter in that slot. If you forget the line number, it will overwrite the filter in slot 1 by default.
      clear/spots 2
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This will clear each and every user spot filter  - it will clear out
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all filters in all slots.
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      clear/spots all
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Note - if you just want to replace a spot filter, enter the rule again
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(with a line number) and it will overwrite the previous filter in that
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slot. If you forget the line number, it will overwrite the filter in
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slot 1 by default.
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Latest revision as of 14:40, 18 December 2008

Clear filters

A clear filter line will delete the slot number specified or all slots and consequently all filters that have been created by a user.

Syntax: clear/spots [0-9]

or

clear/spots all

Example ...

This will clear any or both accept and reject spot filters in slot 2.

clear/spots 2

This will clear each and every user spot filter - it will clear out all filters in all slots.

clear/spots all

Note - if you just want to replace a spot filter, enter the rule again (with a line number) and it will overwrite the previous filter in that slot. If you forget the line number, it will overwrite the filter in slot 1 by default.