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From my observations, no.

Why? Well, duh: users don't read. "FAQ? What FAQ?" 

Then you makeshow them look at the condensed FAQ before posting, and you require them to check a box saying "yeah, I've read that". I imagine this internal monologue happens: "It's a bird! It's a plane! It's a wall of text spanning the entire screen! Quickly, what do I click to make it go away?!?" (it's probably more like "TL;DR, whatever.[click click]")

From my observations, no.

Why? Well, duh: users don't read. "FAQ? What FAQ?" Then you make them look at the FAQ before posting, and I imagine this internal monologue happens: "It's a bird! It's a plane! It's a wall of text spanning the entire screen! Quickly, what do I click to make it go away?!?" (it's probably more like "TL;DR.[click click]")

From my observations, no.

Why? Well, duh: users don't read. "FAQ? What FAQ?" 

Then you show them the condensed FAQ before posting, and you require them to check a box saying "yeah, I've read that". I imagine this internal monologue happens: "It's a bird! It's a plane! It's a wall of text spanning the entire screen! Quickly, what do I click to make it go away?!?" (it's probably more like "TL;DR, whatever.[click click]")

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From my observations, no.

Why? Well, duh: users don't read. "OMG"FAQ? What FAQ?" Then you make them look at the FAQ before posting, and I imagine this internal monologue happens: "It's a bird! It's a plane! It's a wall of text spanning the entire screen! Quickly, what do I click to make it go away?!?" (it's probably more like "TL;DR.[click click]")

From my observations, no.

Why? Well, duh: users don't read. "OMG a wall of text! Quickly, what do I click to make it go away?!?"

From my observations, no.

Why? Well, duh: users don't read. "FAQ? What FAQ?" Then you make them look at the FAQ before posting, and I imagine this internal monologue happens: "It's a bird! It's a plane! It's a wall of text spanning the entire screen! Quickly, what do I click to make it go away?!?" (it's probably more like "TL;DR.[click click]")

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From my observations, no.

Why? Well, duh: users don't read. "OMG a wall of text! Quickly, what do I click to make it go away?!?"