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wdc202

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I apparently did something illegal a few minutes ago and got a message asking me "not to double enter" and closing out a question I posted (Raft of JPG files). Would Broni or others explain the violation? Thanks.
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Hello wdc202...

Nothing too serious...you started two topics for the same issue. We closed one of them to avoid confusion and redundant information.

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Removed

wannabe1 beat me to it...

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Edited by piano9playa5, 08 February 2009 - 02:59 PM.

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Thanks for the clarification.

Actually, my original post failed (my fault) to include an attachment; so I tried to send the attachment as a "Reply" to my own post. Did <that> cause the violation?

How <does> one amend a posting (a few minutes after sending the original)?
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After adding a reply, down at the very bottom of the post there should be an Edit box.. Click it and then choose full edit.. You will then be taken back the page you were on to post, with everything filled in.. Just edit the post as if you were posting it for the first time and then click "Submit Modified Post"...

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