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Can you not delete your own posts?

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I have (as others have in the past) accidentally posted the same post multiple times. Do we not have permission to delete our own posts?

 

Thanks

 

Karl

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Hi Karl - hope you are well.

 

There doesn't appear to be an option to allow posts to be deleted by members - unless you are aware of where that setting is!!

 

You should be able to

  • "edit" your post - and therefore mark it as duplicate - or
  • Mail the Admin - (me :wub: ) and we can delete

If there is a way to delete own posts that would be good - let me know if you this is set somewhere in the list of 3,000 settings ....

 

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Hi Karl - hope you are well.

 

There doesn't appear to be an option to allow posts to be deleted by members - unless you are aware of where that setting is!!

 

You should be able to

  • "edit" your post - and therefore mark it as duplicate - or
  • Mail the Admin - (me :wub: ) and we can delete

If there is a way to delete own posts that would be good - let me know if you this is set somewhere in the list of 3,000 settings ....

 

Thanks

It may not be an option - I have not noticed the issue on the other board as being admin allows me to delete all posts including my own. If I get a chance I will browse through the 3,000 settings :wacko:

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