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the site could do with a prominant delete post button


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mikeloeven

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i am not sure where the button to delete your own posts is located but it is well hidden. if there is no button to delete your posts than there really needs to be one. sometimes i come across a double post bug or simply realise i made a mistake and the only thing i can do is report myself ? or edit the post to somthing simple like delete me. might make less work for moderators if users can more easily moderate themselves
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admin

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Thanks for the suggestion, but I'm afraid it would be abused. I don't know of any forums that allow members to delete their own posts for this reason. You can edit your posts, but not delete them.
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I can link you to a site if you want. But it's not all related to computer related issues.
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There are exceptions to every rule. It does not change the stance of this site.
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