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  • How to change a topic title created on this board, long time ago?

    ex.

    I have created a topic that explain an issue.

    If two months later I want to add ''resolved'' to the title of this topic , how do I do ?
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    If i try to change the topic name of an old topic, it is grayed out. And i saw some people were able to add ''resolved '' at the end of their title

  • #2
    Ping macromark or Rupp and they should be able to do that for you.
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    • #3
      I can change the title for you if you post a link to the thread.
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      • #4
        I sent you a pm Rupp, thank you !!

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        • #5
          It's nice that Rupp or Mark can make the changes, but almost every board allows advanced editing of a post which includes the title. Is this something that was overlooked or by design?

          I would hope it was overlooked. Not only for the reasons posted above, but for anything else (e.g. typo, updated info, etc.).

          cc: Rupp macromark

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          • #6
            Originally posted by NetworkGuy View Post
            It's nice that Rupp or Mark can make the changes, but almost every board allows advanced editing of a post which includes the title. Is this something that was overlooked or by design?

            I would hope it was overlooked. Not only for the reasons posted above, but for anything else (e.g. typo, updated info, etc.).

            cc: Rupp macromark
            This is exactly what I was thinking about when I ( 10 minutes ago) contacted Rupp.

            I usually write fast, and I am French ( Canada), so I make typos.. lol .

            Having the right to edit the title of a post would make it cleaner for people who search a turnkey solution to a specific problem.

            eg. Haa, this is exactly like my problem and it is written ''resolved''. I'll take a look to the conclusion of this.

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