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Posted 09 Feb 2012, 13:45 #1 


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Posted 09 Feb 2012, 13:45 #2 

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Mick
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Posted 09 Feb 2012, 13:48 #3 

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Duncan
123 testing testing
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Posted 09 Feb 2012, 13:49 #4 

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Mick
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Wish I could count. :D

Posted 09 Feb 2012, 13:56 #5 

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Mick
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As I've got your attention Duncan, do you have an option to delete your post at the bottom of it?

Posted 09 Feb 2012, 13:57 #6 

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Duncan
No, Edit Report PM Quote on my own post
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Posted 09 Feb 2012, 14:00 #7 

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Mick
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How strange, I set this account up to see if the option to delete post was available to registered members and it is. Just trying to sort out what's going on as everybody should have the option to delete their own posts. See attached pic.

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Posted 09 Feb 2012, 14:04 #8 


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I get it now. It's only available for a short period after posting, as a failsafe in case the poster has made an error.

Mystery solved. Thanks and thanks to Dallas for pointing it out. :)

OK Back on yer 'eads. :D

Posted 09 Feb 2012, 14:09 #9 

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Mick
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I see the reasoning now. With this forum software once a post or topic is deleted it is gone forever, whereas with V Bulletin and some others deleting a post or thread does not remove it from the database and can still be seen by mods and admins. Be careful what you say elsewhere! :D

Posted 09 Feb 2012, 14:18 #10 

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Mick
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Testing login now deleted but retaining all posts.

Posted 09 Feb 2012, 14:22 #11 

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Dave
Mick wrote:Testing login now deleted but retaining all posts.


Shame. I'm already missing the guy.....

Posted 09 Feb 2012, 17:40 #12 

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Bermudan 75
I found him a bit testing.....
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Posted 09 Feb 2012, 19:24 #13 

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Jürgen
I can't see any offending statement in one of his posts, at most a bit sparing with words. So wasn't it a bit harsh to delete him?

:gmc:
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Posted 09 Feb 2012, 19:37 #14 


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