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Whats happenes when a post is sent to the recycle bin? The post still remains on the topic? Whats the point? Thanks for any help!
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It's recycled so the letters and words can be used again. We're just doing our part to prevent a worldwide shortage. :tazz:
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LOL! Okay. Thanks Admin
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It's recycled so the letters and words can be used again. We're just doing our part to prevent a worldwide shortage.



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Is it really neccesary? I dont see what it does?
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in case someone needs the post opened or something of this nature i guees. Dosnt do harm does it ? lol :tazz:
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Need the post opened? The recycle bin does the opposite?
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Really bugs you huh? :tazz:

For one, the recycle bin provides an opportunity to restore posts and topics that may have been deleted by accident. Mostly, it's there because I am against deleting topics from a public forum (we usually edit when needed). However, to keep things tidy, we need to remove topics at times. The recycle bin offers a way to remove posts from the forum, while still remaining accessible.
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Right, So may I ask can how many posts there should ususally be in the recycle bin ? thanks :tazz:
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Right, So may I ask can how many posts there should ususally be in the recycle bin ? thanks :tazz:
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Oh okay!
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