I get why the warnings are there. A form of automated moderator in action. I can see how forums can have situations where you start to have flame wars and such going on between two people, or someone who just keeps spamming, etc. So, forum software is configured to have such controls.
But, at least here, I haven’t really seen the need for such controls. So, they just kind of seem ridiculous. Like, when I start to reply to several posts in a thread too quickly because I happen to be a very fast typer, it is annoying that I’m warned that I have to wait several more seconds, etc. (But again, this is there to reduce spamming.)
I also find it annoying that the software automatically edits my post if I quote the post just before it when I respond and it eliminates the quote. This is all fine and well if it was that people didn’t regularly respond to posts out of order. But now my post is made out of context to what I’m responding to, leading to confusion. To make matters worse, unlike on the computer, on the phone you can’t just click/tap to see what post I’m directly responding to. So, the “auto-edit” is unjustified. To get around it, I’ve learned to quote the post above me, but leave ONE think off (even if it is just the punctuation, etc) so that the auto-edit doesn’t kick in.
This is the problem with A.I. in general right now. While it is put in place to help, it still is “artificial” intelligence…meaning, it really isn’t intelligence at all, but just a set of programmed rules that used to have to be monitored by a human moderator.
So, to answer your question…I either ignore the warning, or work around the warning as best I can.