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    How to mark your artifacts or Geo-facts/solved

    We often have items and are looking for help on an identification. So that we can keep things on track we have added a new "Solved Button". This does not mean we cannot discuss the artifact and show like examples but.... if it is just a "rock" and not related to artifacts then we should be able to mark it solved and put it behind us and move on.

    The original poster may mark it solved or a Moderator may also mark it as solved. Here is how you do it.

    1.Open the post
    2. Look above the post where it says thread tools.
    3. Drop down menu appears.
    4. Select thread as solved.

    Hope everyone enjoys this new feature.
    Thanks everyone.
    Mods
    Please read our rules and enjoy the site. TreasureNet.com Rules

    All finds posted by me are from private property with landowner permission.

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    I collect Artifacts and Vintage Collectibles and Rocks.

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    Personal finds were on private property which I have permission to hunt.
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    That's innovative and proactive. Hope it cuts short overextended argumentation. There will be true puzzles to contend with, Mother Nature can mimic human hands at times, but for most experienced eyes, a rock will be a rock from any camera angle, close up, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tnmountains View Post
    We often have items and are looking for help on an identification. So that we can keep things on track we have added a new "Solved Button". This does not mean we cannot discuss the artifact and show like examples but.... if it is just a "rock" and not related to artifacts then we should be able to mark it solved and put it behind us and move on.

    The original poster may mark it solved or a Moderator may also mark it as solved. Here is how you do it.

    1.Open the post
    2. Look above the post where it says thread tools.
    3. Drop down menu appears.
    4. Select thread as solved.

    Hope everyone enjoys this new feature.
    Thanks everyone.
    Mods
    Quote Originally Posted by rock View Post
    Cool
    Quote Originally Posted by Charl View Post
    That's innovative and proactive. Hope it cuts short overextended argumentation. There will be true puzzles to contend with, Mother Nature can mimic human hands at times, but for most experienced eyes, a rock will be a rock from any camera angle, close up, etc.

    thanks much Mr. Tn, Rock, Charl and tnetters

    i like this idea and very glad to see it is being used


    Charl.......i want to thank you for your notable thread.....you are great

    also just gotta say it is an honor and priviledge to be partners with such virtuous moderators

    River Rat, Treasure Hunter, Tnmountains, and Jeff of PA.....Thank You for sharing your knowledge..patience..and fundamental skills with me

    larson1951
    Last edited by larson1951; Aug 18, 2013 at 04:23 AM.
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    I wish we had a chat room...is that possible?
    I only bring this up with the thought of it bringing more personal bonds with one another and leading to less arguing on the posts. I'm sure it would also bring a downside as well, things could get nasty and have to be monitored 24/7?
    Just a thought...
    Last edited by bci101tractors; Aug 21, 2013 at 08:17 PM.

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    us
    I collect Artifacts and Vintage Collectibles and Rocks.

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    Have to be a charter member for the chat room
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    Personal finds were on private property which I have permission to hunt.
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    Hello there.....curious kat here, I was going to put "Solved" on my "brown bone" post (thanks to Harry Pristis) but on the drop down there's no "Solved", at least on mine...so...don't know how to do it...help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by curious kat View Post
    Hello there.....curious kat here, I was going to put "Solved" on my "brown bone" post (thanks to Harry Pristis) but on the drop down there's no "Solved", at least on mine...so...don't know how to do it...help!


    ok i will try

    it does not appear for me on this one either

    larson1951
    Last edited by larson1951; Nov 15, 2013 at 09:13 AM.
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    Sounds Good

 

 

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