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How to resolve a thread


Woolwell
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I'm opening this thread really to see if I can find out how to resolve/close it. I see that the forum icons should have a tick in for discussion resolved but how to do it?

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Woolwell

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It ain't obvious how to get that tick.

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Woolwell

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I think I know - when you get answer which solves the problem you get a tick to tick.

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CurlyWhirly

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Muergo, if you add the bold or italic text, you will see that the text displays correctly in the lower box so you can have a check to see that everything is okay before posting as there's no edit option !

Personally I find the text easier to read in the lower box.

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Pineman100

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I like the preview box too.

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woodchip

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You are going to have to be patient, and wait like the rest of us till bugs are all ironed out and things back up working like My Postings etc

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Muergo

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Whether starting new threads or replying to a thread message as I am now doing, it appears again in a lower box, What's the purpose of this duplication? What's the box for?

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