The joys of people that use this as a simulator having to share servers with those that use it as a game…
Ah well. Anyway, with regards to the specific situation above (although this applied to similar situations also) the pilot was simply using the wrong end of the runway. It’s not difficult. If you are already landing in a certain direction, you have effectively set up a ‘circuit’ with a set direction - even if the circuit is against the wind. Other aircraft should thus adhere to the circuit direction you are already using to avoid confusion and collision.
For example, if I have set up a right hand circuit on runway 27 with the wind coming from 270°, even though this is unprofessional and not recommended, all other aircraft joining the pattern should follow that pattern.
That is real world procedure, but as I said those of us that use this as a simulator unfortunately have to share with those that use it as a game.