Only moderators and admins are able to delete a post, as needed, for situations such as duplicate posts. Simply report the post for staff assistance.
Special Note: If a thread is deleted, it then deletes all the responses and thus other people’s posts too. Or, when deleting a post, people may respond. Then, if you delete one post, the following posts will not make sense - because one is missing it, it destroys the understanding and flow.
Exactly what I said in my original post, one got deleted for saying a bad word i guess and my answer didn't make any sense anymore but it was corrected shortly after I started this thread. If it was like before I could've deleted my post and that would've been the end of it, but it would take a little control out of your hands I guess
You edited that post. No one from the moderator team did.
You have the ability to edit it at your will. (I frequent another board that has a 4 minute edit window, after that you can not edit your posts. How’s that for a dictatorship?)
Not sure what I’m missing?
Also, it doesn’t necessarily have to be word left in a deleted post. Most often I see “........” left in a post.
If you need/want one of your posts deleted simple click the three dots in the top right hand corner and report the post with a “delete” message. It gets kicked into a queue all the Mods see.
Whenever I post, the pic will post, but the gold status bar does not make it all the way across the top; the three gold bars in the top right corner keep going like things are trying to load. Even though it does load, that same pic still also stays down in the reply section, so I want to post...
I have been trying change the color of the text in my signature but it won't allow me to do it.
It allows it in a regular post but not in the signature editor. Is this a bug or is it set up that way intentionally?
I saw a double "the" in one of my postings when it was quoted. I went back to correct it and got this message:
"You may not edit more than 10 different post(s) within 7 days"
Can we get rid of the limit or up it to at least double the current level.