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Old 07 June 2001, 13:43   #1
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How can i delete one of my post ?

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RCK, I suppose this change is because of my new moderator status, but I'll ask you anyway.

I used to have a handy 'delete post' icon at the bottom of all my messages, next to the 'edit' button. Now it's gone! If I want to delete one of my mesages, or a message from somebody, I have to use the Admin options, select 'delet thread', click on 'choose messages to delete' and then deselect all messages I want stored except the one I want to delete.

Is it possible to put that 'delete post' button to avoid doing so many steps to delete just one message?
Try this:
- click on "edit" at the bottom of the post you want to delete
- here, you will have the button "Delete ?" at the up of the edit box
- that's all !
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Old 07 June 2001, 15:28   #2
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Yes, a very handy option it is. In fact, I just deleted one of my threads I accidently started when I was in fact trying to reply to another thread. Wonderous!

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AARGH...Problems! (was: well...)

AARGH!

I accidentally pressed the 'new thread' button instead of the 'reply' one, but despite being the author of *this* thread, I cannot delete it!

If I reply to myself in this thread I am able to delete this reply, but I cannot delete the thread?

Bug?
RCK, tu m'Úcoutes ? :-)

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Old 08 June 2001, 11:41   #4
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oui je t'Úcoute mec

It is *normal* that you can't erase one thread that you have created no ?
imagine that you have launched one cool thread, and many many people have post into.
this mean that you would have the power to kill ALL the discussion ? only because you have started the thread ?

no, i don't think it is a good idea.
(maybe I'm wrong but in this case please argument)

to delete totaly one thread, please ask to a moderator.
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Old 08 June 2001, 11:50   #5
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burge, you can delete your own post, but not one thread.
(it is me who have delete your last double thread)
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Old 08 June 2001, 18:25   #6
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Yeah, I thought something fishy was going on there. Thanks, Big Brother RCK!

So let me get this straight: only mods can delete actual threads, not members?
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check the previous message (new) three post up.
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@RCK:
It is *normal* that you can't erase one thread that you have created no ?

Usually, it is normal, with one EXCEPTION:

*You* have created that thread AND you are the one and only poster in this thread. That means you ask something in the thread, NO ONE answered yet (that is the condition, of course!) and the thread only consists of one (mine) post.

*Then* I should have a way to delete my thread.
In all other cases, you're right and the possibility of deleting should be given nobody but you.
It is on you to regard this "important" and implement this.
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You are right, I'm agree with you
I'll see what can I do and post again.
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