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Question Using the Trigger Procedure to Hide Text

Here's a question I have from recent experience.
In a recent message, I placed a trigger warning before
and after a given text. However, I did not know how
to use a trigger warning to ensure that the text is
hidden when the message is displayed on this forum.

Perhaps one of you could teach me?
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Default Re: Using the Trigger Procedure to Hide Text

Our software does not hide triggered text. The way you can trigger is to use the trigger icon on your thread or post and that will warn others that they should do their self care.

This is the trigger icon - http://pcf2.psychcentral.com/images/iconsb/trig.gif

It's a red, round ball with a black x through it and you can choose it from below the text box before posting.
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Default Re: Using the Trigger Procedure to Hide Text

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Our software does not hide triggered text. The way you can trigger is to use the trigger icon on your thread or post and that will warn others that they should do their self care.

This is the trigger icon - http://pcf2.psychcentral.com/images/iconsb/trig.gif

It's a red, round ball with a black x through it and you can choose it from below the text box before posting.
Thanks for informing me.
And thank you to Pegasus for providing the example.
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