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    How Does One Delete A Thread?

    I see the option to Edit/Delete a thread that no one has posted to yet but I fail to find the delete button.

    So far the only thing I can do is alter the post, not totally delete it.
    "Everything is an anomaly" Michigan Badger

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    Edit Post
    Delete
    Physically Remove or
    Delete Message (may ask for reason of deletion)
    Scroll down & look to your right Delete Post

    If there are replies, you won't be able to delete, you'll have to contact Mods.





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    In Vbulletin, depending on how the board is set up, when you are logged on as a ROOT ADMIN (normally a Moderator can only HIDE a topic for moderation by ADMIN) you put a check in the box next to the post then go to the bottom of the page and choose DELETE from the drop down box then click on the button to the right "With Submitted".
    Know your homophones (as opposed to homophobes like me)! Know which ones to use ... and their meaning:

    "Know" is related to knowledge, while "No" is a negative response.

    "There" is a location, while "Their" shows possession and "They're" is the contraction of "They are".

    "Which" specifies an item from a set but a "Witch" casts spells and wears a pointy black hat.

    "Patients" (people receiving medical care) must show "patience" (tolerate delay).


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    Moderators can wipe threads completely away if we wish. If there is a problem with a thread we usually use report thread so we have a visible record. If we remove a thread we usually put it in quarantine forum for future reference.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Michigan Badger View Post
    I see the option to Edit/Delete a thread that no one has posted to yet but I fail to find the delete button.
    Whew, I thought I may have post on it and I would lose my all important comment and further throw my post count into total disarray

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    Place the curser to the right of the last line and lean on the backspace button until it is gone. Removing the title takes a Mod.Name:  hand print-2_edited-5.jpg
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    I tried all of the above and none worked so I finally purchased a Magic Marker and just colored the post in on my screen. That worked for that thread but now it seems I'm missing something while surfing.
    "Everything is an anomaly" Michigan Badger

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michigan Badger View Post
    I tried all of the above and none worked so I finally purchased a Magic Marker and just colored the post in on my screen. That worked for that thread but now it seems I'm missing something while surfing.
    You have to use a marker that says, "covers only unwanted material." Always read the label.

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    *************** WHAT YOU DO WITH THE FINDS YOU DIG UP IS YOUR BUSINESS AND NO ONE ELSES, IGNORE ANYONE ON A SOAPBOX TRYING TO PREACH OTHERWISE! **************

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    MB, if you tell us what thread it was we could delete it for you....




    HERE IS THE THING ABOUT RIGHTS, THEY'RE NOT SUPPOSED TO BE VOTED ON, THAT IS WHY THEY CALL THEM RIGHTS!

    "If ye love wealth greater than liberty, the tranquility of servitude greater than the animating contest for freedom, go home from us in peace. We seek not your counsel, nor your arms. Crouch down and lick the hand that feeds you; and posterity forget that ye were our countrymen." --Samuel Adams

    MY LIBERTY AND FREEDOMS ARE NOT YOURS TO GIVE OR TAKE!.......THEY DIDN'T MAKE US FREE, WE WERE BORN FREE, AS LONG AS WE HAVE THE 2ND AMENDMENT WE WILL REMAIN FREE!






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    Quote Originally Posted by Treasure_Hunter View Post
    MB, if you tell us what thread it was we could delete it for you....
    You forget I'm the ultimate moderator and have special powers of deletion known only to the dark spirit world.

    Speaking of dark spirit world...I promised to meet some folks at Yankee Rebel's ...I"M LATE!!!

    Catch ya all later.
    Last edited by Michigan Badger; Aug 19, 2012 at 04:14 PM.
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    Just click on edit post and +++++ - some folks get pi**ed if you take away their sacred post count.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheOldMan View Post
    Just click on edit post and +++++ - some folks get pi**ed if you take away their sacred post count.
    I suppose that's true. It is funny how forums can take over one's life.

    This is in part why I started that now defunct thread asking the question "How well do you read posts?" Actually I started that thread on a serious note and some friends took it as a joke and it ran for a very long time in Comedy Central. It was originally posted in Everything Else but Jeff moved it to Comedy Central and that move helped it stay alive for several years. If left in Everything Else it would have died out quickly.

    My point of the thread was going to be, people get so addicted to forums they often post without really reading the original author's message. They post just to be noticed, more or less.

    People today want to be more than a number. Forums are a way to gain a sort of mini-fame. Granted this "fame" is mostly in the member's head but imagined "fame" is better than none at all. People today are really seeking meaning in life and I'd say that's the real root of the matter.
    Last edited by Michigan Badger; Sep 04, 2012 at 01:58 PM.
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    Instead of a Black Majic Marker, would you care to purchase my very expensive White Out for blondes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michigan Badger View Post
    I suppose that's true. It is funny how forums can take over one's life.

    This is in part why I started that now defunct thread asking the question "How well do you read posts?" Actually I started that thread on a serious note and some friends took it as a joke and it ran for a very long time in Comedy Central. It was originally posted in Everything Else but Jeff moved it to Comedy Central and that move helped it stay alive for several years. If left in Everything Else it would have died out quickly.

    My point of the thread was going to be, people get so addicted to forums they often post without really reading the original author's message. They post just to be noticed, more or less.

    People today want to be more than a number. Forums are a way to gain a sort of mini-fame. Granted this "fame" is mostly in the members head but imagined "fame" is better than none at all. People today are really seeking meaning in life and I'd say that's the real root of the matter.

    Yep just like this one I am responding to now.
    (although yes I read all the posts here)
    it is how threads get hijacked, when the last response
    is the one getting the attention.

    and like a good tale, the more people in a line hear it & re-tell it,
    the more interesting it can get

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michigan Badger View Post
    People today want to be more than a number. Forums are a way to gain a sort of mini-fame. Granted this "fame" is mostly in the member's head but imagined "fame" is better than none at all. People today are really seeking meaning in life and I'd say that's the real root of the matter.
    So, I'm not famous then

 

 
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