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How to mark your thread as "solved"


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Old Dec 11, 2008, 03:00 AM
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3,768 posts · Oct 2008
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If you opened a thread with a question and you consider it solved, please mark it as "solved".

That will close the thread. You can re-open it anytime.
You can only do this with threads that you started yourself.

How to mark a thread as "solved" (and close it at the same time):
  1. Go into the thread (as if you were going to read it)
  2. Click on "Thread Tools"
  3. Click on "Mark this thread as solved"
How to re-open a thread that you previously closed (by marking it as "solved"):
  1. Go into the thread (as if you were going to read it)
  2. Click on "Thread Tools"
  3. Click on "Mark this thread as unsolved"

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