The most prolific NF was full of happy, and smileys, and compliments (Though of course would have to compliment everyone if anyone), etc. I didn't mind at all, but some seemed to want this person dead.
I liked it for a while. I tend to enjoy the INTP sense of humour. But there's only so long you can be told over and over again by the most influential members of the forum that you aren't welcome because of your type before you start feeling...um...unwelcome. As an NF I was particularly despised. That's the impression I got, anyway, and nobody seemed to be in a hurry to counter that impression. I've thought about starting a new account as an INTP so I don't have to overcome the knee-jerk prejudice to every single post I make, but fuck em.
I do miss some INTPc regulars though. Some very cool people there. And a lot of dickheads.
I don't think it was ever what it was intended to be, which was a problem. When I was a regular there, about 25% of the top posters weren't INTP, which conflicted with the INTP sensibilities there. Some (like myself) absolutely despised the "Oh dear, INTPs are silly" coming from some INTJs, and others despised the "happy go-lucky NFs."
The balance of MBTI Central combined with the intent to be an "All-Type" board makes it a much more comfortable place.
Despising is a popular pastime of INTPs.
The very idea of a single-type board is a bit .... pfanana
When I first got into the MBTI a couple years ago and thought I was an INTP, I visited there a lot. Mostly just to read though. I had the impression that if I actually posted, I'd probably get ripped to shreds. Then I shifted to this site for my MBTI needs.
Haven't been back much lately, but I enjoy reading the current events section sometimes.