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removing your own thread .

Article about: thanks ade all the problem is on my threads there's no edit post,but on this thread there is why?dave

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    hi forum can somebody please explain how to actually remove my own threads as i've been around in circles trying everything,been into settings and profiles.my blog items have been removed without any probs so why is this not the same with my threads any info please dave

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    Sorry to say you can't mate. Talk to a mod for the forum you put the thread in, they will be able to do it.

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    Yes, only moderators can remove them. Send them a PM and I am sure they will oblige

    Nick
    "In all my years as a soldier, I have never seen men fight so hard." - SS Obergruppenfuhrer Wilhelm Bittrich - Arnhem

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    cheers guys that explains a lot now thanks for the speedy reply,dave

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    Hi Dave, only a Mod or myself can remove a thread.

    This is very very rarely done and there has to be a very good reason for it.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    thanks ade didnt realize it was a big thing and all that.it was only because i've accidently removed all the pics plus got the answers i needed from the forum oh well not that important,thanks again ade and forum for putting me straight,all about learning i guess.cheers dave.

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    Hi Dave, if you could add the pics back that would be good: in fact it is vital.

    The forum is an online database to be used for the benefit of all, both now and in years to come.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    thanks ade but how do i reattach the pics for an already existing thread?tried everything and getting nowhere,not so bright on this forum me thinks,dave
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    done it know oh well its all a learning curve cheers dave.how do i put it in with the correct thread as its now in the wrong place?this is not going well at all.

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    I will sort it Dave.

    Cheers, Ade.
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