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Deleting out own posts


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Guest_Tony_*

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Just a suggestion, can we have a button in here so we can delete our own replys that we posed on post's?
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That would be a great idea!I have like three double post, cause my internet connection is slow and I clicked add reply like three times!!
Regards RockyIV
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Oh really, I have had dump moment on here at one stage that was really embarrising for me, and I wanted to delete it but cant....
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Oh really,  I have had dump moment on here at one stage that was really embarrising for me, and I wanted to delete it but cant....

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Been there, done that.. You have the option to edit it and provide an explanation if you want!!

Murray
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Yeah but sometimes i dont have anything to reply it will, its not like can go random on here... that would be inappropiate.

That is why I was suggesting that we can start to be able to delete our own replys

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We're not keen on deleting topics, If you made an error or something and your reply needs editing as Murray said you can do that, If a duplicate topic is started Just pm a mod of the forum you duplicate posted in or a global mod and we can close the topic,

Hope that helps.
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We're not keen on deleting topics, If you made an error or something and your reply needs editing as Murray said you can do that, If a duplicate topic is started Just pm a mod of the forum you duplicate posted in or a global mod and we can close the topic,

Hope that helps.

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No No No :tazz: im not talking about deleting a topic... the REPLIES.... eg what Im doing now.
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We don't like to delete replies, either. Again, if you make a duplicate post, or one that doesn't make sense...simply edit it and put "sorry, duplicate post" or "post edited" or "post removed". That's all that is necessary.
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Ok, cool thank you :tazz:
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Edited for content.

Edited by coachwife6, 11 August 2005 - 08:36 AM.

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Edited for content

Edited by coachwife6, 11 August 2005 - 08:37 AM.

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