Set time interval between duel entries to prevent blind voting

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Idea: Can we set a definite time frame, say 5 seconds, before which you cannot move to the next duel. I have seen this strategy being applied to some online tests, with great results. You force to have people think and vote. I think 5 seconds is a fair amount of time to decide which photo is "yes" and which is "no". Thoughts?
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they tried that, and the complaints were loud and many. There still is a minor delay I think and if people click too quickly the program flags the account and shuts down the voting for that person. Jasenka will give you the official answer, but it has been covered before.
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aah ok, thanks for replying Joyce!
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Sometimes it doesn't take long to decide, and sometimes it does! I have no idea how long it takes on average--but I have been shut out before! lol I do like to take my time when both images are great!! But it's fairly easy when they are not--unless both images are truly awful! I guess there is no perfect way, when you are dealing with imperfect beings! :)
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Thank you Joyce for helping Chiranjib.
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Shooting America

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I recommend one minute for duel photo changes.
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you a funny guy Shooting!! :)

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