Okay, this desperately needed splitting by this point, so it is done. A bit of on-topic stuff got stuck over here too, but what can you do.
Excuse me? ME, escalating things? You must have a short memory because Kyad was the first to be rude so don't put that on me. My reply was a simple explanation of the facts. His second response was being an ass. And yeah there's no excuse for me telling him to go do with himself, but I don't care. Maybe other people are going to put up with his bad behaviour but I'm not.
Well let's just take a look up the page here. Kyad's first response was a simple image showing that dynmap indeed loads in Chrome, and his second indicated that it functions completely fine for him. Perhaps he's a bit short, but hardly rude. The first thing I'd call remotely "rude" on this page is you calling his posts "unhelpful," which they weren't as I've already explained. And then you took things to a whole new level when you told him to shut up immediately afterwards, which wasn't called for in the least.
As for internet courtesy, treating people with respect is the only courtesy I care about. And there's a distinct lack of it on most forums including this one. That lack of respect is not enforced at all unless someone is outright blatent, and even then if their blatent behaviour is the opinion of the majority it can be overlooked with the minority held to account instead.
Hate to break it to you, but respect is something that should be earned, not handed out freely, and with how you've responded in here, I doubt you've won many points in that regard. We do enforce a level of basic civility, particularly when it comes to newer members, but we're not going to make everyone walk on eggshells around regulars who have been here for ages...frankly, this place would be a lot less fun if we did.
And mod hat on or off, you're speaking as yourself and as yourself you're a moderator so you're reflecting your views as a moderator whether you believe it or not. And I don't expect people to help me, in fact I wasn't even looking for help I was simply remarking something that I experienced 30 seconds earlier but, the fact is, if someone asks a question and you don't want to help them, there are two choices:
1. Say nothing
2. Be an ass
A lot of people go for #2. And no one cares. So if no one cares if someone's an ass to me then why should I care about being an ass to them?
Well of course I can't magically separate my mod-self from my actual self, but even before there was any need to put my mod-hat on, I found your original post puzzling/amusing. And this kind of reinforces it...why would you even bother posting about your problem in the first place if you weren't looking for help? Just to say, "Oh hey, I have this issue that I'm not even trying to solve, so I'll make an assumption about the whole browser"? Because that makes little sense to me.
And why should you care about being an ass back? Oh, I don't know, maybe because playing the tit-for-tat game shows the emotional maturity of a 6-year-old?
And frankly I have pretty much zero faith in the moderation of these forums, but the fact that you effectively just gave people full reign to be rude and unhelpful only reinforces that belief. I'm sorry but the lack of "courtesy" in not googling a thing does not excuse people being equally uncourteous when they're a jackass in response. But the thing is, in your mind, and the mind of the other moderators it is excused isn't? Or at least it certainly is not enforced. After all, the manner in which you are assigning blame in this case is consistent with that train of thought.
Well, believe what you may, but take it up with the admins collectively if you think something needs to be changed, and we'll keep doing our jobs in the meantime. I'm not going to lock this myself, because I don't want to feel like I'm enforcing the last word, but if someone else wants to, they're welcome to it.