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How do you delete topics? I'm asking because I want to delete a topic I made.

 

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PalmatierMeg

You can't delete topics yourself. Contact Palm Mod to see if he can do it.

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21 hours ago, EastCanadaTropicals said:

How do you delete topics? I'm asking because I want to delete a topic I made.

 

You can only delete topics for a short period after you originally post. It is unfair to people who have taken the time to post and respond to you to also have their efforts deleted. In rare exceptions, I will delete topics - or edit any information such as names, addresses, or information that should not have been made public. 

Otherwise, just be sure of your post before clicking "Submit," or edit immediately thereafter.

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EastCanadaTropicals
2 hours ago, PALM MOD said:

You can only delete topics for a short period after you originally post. It is unfair to people who have taken the time to post and respond to you to also have their efforts deleted. In rare exceptions, I will delete topics - or edit any information such as names, addresses, or information that should not have been made public. 

Otherwise, just be sure of your post before clicking "Submit," or edit immediately thereafter.

Then how do I delete my own posts?

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EastCanadaTropicals
2 hours ago, PALM MOD said:

You can only delete topics for a short period after you originally post. It is unfair to people who have taken the time to post and respond to you to also have their efforts deleted. In rare exceptions, I will delete topics - or edit any information such as names, addresses, or information that should not have been made public. 

Otherwise, just be sure of your post before clicking "Submit," or edit immediately thereafter.

Thanks for responding.

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