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Deleting or closing a thread

Discussion in 'Questions, Problems, & Feedback' started by Artpro, Aug 20, 2009.

  1. Artpro

    Artpro Salem, OR. Artpro Bronze Supporter

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    Does delete mean the same as close??
     
  2. Joe Link

    Joe Link Portland, OR Well-Known Member Staff Member Lifetime Supporter 2015 Volunteer 2016 Volunteer

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    Nope. Deleting a thread removes it from view, so only moderators and administrators can see it. Closing a thread simply means people can no longer post in it ;)
     
  3. Doubletap

    Doubletap Newberg Well-Known Member

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    Which brings me to mention..once again..that I wish posters had the option of doing either.. Closing..or deleting their ads...
     
  4. OregonJohn

    OregonJohn Sutherlin, Or Bronze Life Member #1 Lifetime Supporter

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    I wish people would not remove the asking price of a firearm when they close a thread. I think it gives us a good idea of actual firearm values. I know a lot of guns sell for less than the asking price, but it would give people a good place to start, by checking past threads of sold guns. Deleting an add would remove some of the 'Recycled Gun Syndrome' I see a lot of guns making small circles. I am sure a few people think that closed threads, leave too may clues to were the guns went. John
     
  5. ZeroRing

    ZeroRing 26th District, WA Active Member

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    Speaking of small circles I wonder where "the" .50 BMG ever ended up?? :laugh:
     
  6. OregonJohn

    OregonJohn Sutherlin, Or Bronze Life Member #1 Lifetime Supporter

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    I wish I could say it was me.