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I don't want my threads to vanish when they reach a certain amount of whatever old, I want to manually archive them to an archive category. How can I put a stop to this? :)
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According to Invisionfree, that's not suppose to happen. Maybe read #6 and see if that means you wont lose old threads/posts: FAQs

Might look into switching to Zetaboards or...

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According to Invisionfree, that's not suppose to happen. Maybe read #6 and see if that means you wont lose old threads/posts: FAQs

Might look into switching to Zetaboards or...

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Forumotion: http://www.forumotion.com/
MyBB: http://www.mybboard.net/ (Free)
What is phpBB? (Free): http://www.phpbb.com/

No, I never said I lose them? I said they vanish, and then people have to change their settings to view old threads in order to see them which I don't want, I want them all to always be visible.
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Do you have "Default date cut off for topic display" set to "Show all"?
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Do you have "Default date cut off for topic display" set to "Show all"?

No, where can I find this?
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ACP>Forum Control>Manage Forums
You have to do it for each listed item.
Click on Settings and you'll see Default date cut off for topic display
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I see, thanks
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Sure thing :)
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