New Forum ~ Close Thread ambivalence

  wee eddie 21:28 03 May 11
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In order to close a Thread I have to chose a lucky Poster and say that that was the Posting that answered my qyestion.

Well if, as no individual has provided a complete answer, but when viewed as a whole the question is answered.

How do I close the Thread?

  spuds 22:12 03 May 11

I suppose you could reply to your own post, and perhaps tick that?.

  wee eddie 23:15 03 May 11
Answer

Unfortunately you're not allowed to Tick your own Thread. Well the top one anyway.

I'll try making posting at the end of the Thread and report back.

  wee eddie 23:17 03 May 11

Yeee~Ha! That seems to work

  carver 09:51 04 May 11

That's answered a question I have been asking myself for ages, at least I can close some of mine now.

  wee eddie 10:33 04 May 11

carver ~ I'd seen several postings that mentioned that there were many Threads left "un-Ticked" and when I tried to do one of mine that was "Communally Resolved" I met this problem, and I realised that others must be in the same quandary.

By the by ~ Anyone know how you spell "Yeee~Ha"

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