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|User since||February 3, 2008|
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I just installed ProCon and have been experimenting with it for a bit.
Unless I'm missing something, it seems that the 'explicit language' filter requires you to enter every variant of every obscenity. I believe this add-on would be greatly improved with the ability to specify regular expressions --- for example, instead of blocking ALL of the following obscenities:
. . . it would be much simpler, and more effective, if ProCon recognized regular expressions such as:
Since I realize not everyone in conversant in regular expressions, perhaps ProCon could allow regular expression filtering in addition to the current string literal filtering?