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Simply deleting my first post . . .

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Hello readers (and/or Moderators . . . )

I tried adding a special font to my first post (which was in the "Software - Applications" section) - but it made it almost unreadable . . . and I can't see how to access the "edit" function (to try to change it in that way)

Is it possible to simply delete: "Norton GoBack 4 (history buffer limits)"?

Because that would still leave: "(Re-post) re Norton GoBack 4"

And this post is at least readable - if not exactly attracting a lot of suggestions so far. . .

NB: The original posts are about "how to limit the number of partitions protected by GOBack" (because of the small history buffer size available when using FAT32 with my W2K).

Any thoughts on either of these two issues?

Regards from JSP
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Hi JSP and welcome,
If you go back to your original topic you should see at the bottom of it Edit fundtion, In the event a Mod pops by to see this topic I have posted the link to it Here

Makes it easy if you provide a link to help a Mod find it,

Again welcome and enjoy yourself,


Edited by don77, 23 March 2005 - 06:00 AM.

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Hey Don - thanks for dropping by. . .

However, as they say in "Editing Posts": "Above any posts that you have made, you MAY see an 'Edit' button"

But I CAN'T see this (either above OR below) and "Editing Posts" then goes on to say:

"If you are unable to see the edit button displayed . . . then the administrator may have prevented you from editing posts, or the time limit for editing may have expired."

I know this isn't the biggest problem in the world, but well, I hate being responible for something so annoying . . .

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