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#1 deathx88

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Posted 01 December 2004 - 03:42 AM

for some reason i can't edit my old posts, theres not even a tab there for it
but if i make a new post the edit tab will be there


the reason i need to edit my posts is because im in control of 3 emulator compatibility lists (see sig) and i need to add in new entries


can anyone help me out with this
could this have something to do with my cookies

#2 otherguy

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Posted 01 December 2004 - 07:53 AM

yea i was just going to post the same thing... you're not the only one

#3 HSDEMONZ

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Posted 01 December 2004 - 01:39 PM

Due to alot of recent abuse and "disappearing posts" we've placed a 15 minute grace period for edits on your own posts.

After that.. the posts are committed to the db.

People with compatibility listings, or key guides or pins topics that need EDIT access.. contact me via pm and we'll work something out. (also includes links to those threads.. etc.)

Thanks.

Only the 'member' account class is affected. Moderators, Head Mods, Admin, Xlink, ProjectDeck and other account classes are unaffected and still have full edit access.

It's regrettable to see this action taken.. but we found recenty that some people who had contributed to the scene decided to take their ball and kick in the sand castle and delete their past contributions out of spite hurting the site, and it's users.

Death.. contact me and we'll hook you up..




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