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Postby rattler » Mon Feb 04, 2008 10:32 pm

- ok, experimenting I found I cannot (at first glance and intuitively) delete a post I made via "Edit". Am I missing something?

- how can you refer to a single post instead of pointing to a thread when trying to cross-reference? Example: I want to state here that post x5 of http://airdisaster.info/10/forums/viewt ... p?f=8&t=22 has something of interest, how does one do it?

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Re: More How-to Questions

Postby el » Tue Feb 05, 2008 8:10 pm

Have you tried the FAQ at the right top of the screen. That seems to be quite informative (I didn't look for your specific question, though).

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Postby rattler » Tue Feb 05, 2008 8:33 pm

Have you tried the FAQ at the right top of the screen. That seems to be quite informative (I didn't look for your specific question, though).
Thanks had missed it.

Well, doesnt help a lot: "Please note that normal users cannot delete a post once someone has replied." As I replied to myself i cannot delete my own post... Someone else needs to straighten the thread out then.

I guess I want my mil av forum mod status back... :ugeek:

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Re: More How-to Questions

Postby el » Wed Feb 06, 2008 6:11 am

Have you tried the FAQ at the right top of the screen. That seems to be quite informative (I didn't look for your specific question, though).
Thanks had missed it.

Well, doesnt help a lot: "Please note that normal users cannot delete a post once someone has replied." As I replied to myself i cannot delete my own post... Someone else needs to straighten the thread out then.

I guess I want my mil av forum mod status back... :ugeek:

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Normally you cannot delete an entire post, but you should be able to remove your writing which would be the same more or less (wth the exception of the quoted parts in a reply), shouldn't you?

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Re: More How-to Questions

Postby rattler » Wed Feb 06, 2008 7:11 pm

Normally you cannot delete an entire post, but you should be able to remove your writing which would be the same more or less (wth the exception of the quoted parts in a reply), shouldn't you?
Of cause youre right (done), cannot understand why I didnt think of it myself... must be age or age-induced Alzheimer...

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