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Old 05-04-2003, 10:48 AM   #1
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Why is it when I tried to delete a post and a thread I started it did not delete?

https://ls1tech.com/threads/postlist...mp;Board=UBB12


https://ls1tech.com/threads/showflat...14&fpart=1


Also where did the confused gremlin go?
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Old 05-04-2003, 07:06 PM   #2
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It's a quirk with the new software. I don't know if there's a hack to make it so a post/thread can be totally deleted or not. I'll mention it to Tony.

The confused graemlin got confused and hasn't found his way here yet. :p

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PS - I like your avatar but, mine is a little better. :p
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Old 05-04-2003, 09:26 PM   #3
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PS - I like your avatar but, mine is a little better. :p

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<font color="orange">Lmao!!

Well I wonder where U got it!

I remember a few short months ago asking for that and it was not doable! <!--color--></font>
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Default Re: Deleting a post or a thread!!!!

Have we worked out how to delete a topic that we posted yet?

Such as this: https://ls1tech.com/threads/showflat...rue#Post513797
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Krush - email the moderator of that forum(BIG MIKE) and ask them to delete the post. Only a moderator of that forum or an Admin can totally delete that post. I'd do it but, it's not in any of the truck sections. :p

Not even the moderators can totally delete a post within a thread though. Hopefully that will change.

If you want the purging TNT avatar just right click and save it. Then just host it with www.imagestation.com and put the link in your avatar field.
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Old 05-08-2003, 07:21 PM   #6
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Default Re: Deleting a post or a thread!!!!

Thanx Johno!

Back in the old days when I would start a thread for a day event, I would go back and delete it after the event was over, and because I was the first post everything would be gone, but I guess now it can just sit there forever!

Thanx for the avatar info pal!

I do like the Graemlin panel thingy! :p
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