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  1. #1

    Have a question about WHT forum's work

    Hello all

    2 months ago i open new topic. after that i forgot about it (there are some answers to my request) and now when i need to continue this talk i don't open any new topic, but find my last topic and wrote there.

    i know that in PHPbb or vbulletin when u wrote in old topic, it's goes up in that section and all users can view it. but here i think it's don't happen.

    what do u think is it right ? or i need to open new topic to post it once again (for example i need to change something in old post and want that it can view lot of users). i think it's not a secret that 99% users check only new topics.

    or may be i'm wrong ?

    thx

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    Please don't bring old dead threads back to life.

    Please just start a new thread.
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    ok ... thx codywatkins for quick response

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    Threads in the advertising forums don't come to the top when you reply

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    Originally posted by Lusine
    ok ... thx codywatkins for quick response
    No problem

    FYI: Some people will get annoyed when others bring dead threads back to life (especially if they are over a month or so old).
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    Originally posted by codywatkins
    Please don't bring old dead threads back to life.

    Please just start a new thread.
    If that's the case, all threads should auto-lock after x days and there wouldn't be an issue. Personally I find it more useful to discuss a toipic in one place many times than have to look through 8 threads, but there are times when the information is just outdated and a new topic is better.
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