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    trouble deleting erroneous post--ignore

    Is it normal that I can't delete my own erroneous post?
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    What the what???
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    Quote Originally Posted by bleckb View Post
    Is it normal that I can't delete my own erroneous post?
    You can pm a mod and ask them to... or you can edit/overwrite like I did here.
    Last edited by Opus51569; 2 Weeks Ago at 10:49 AM.
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    Edit the post, take out all the text and replace it with "deleted" or "....." or "12345" or your favorite 5 characters
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    Somewhat ironically, this is the post I was trying to delete after cutting out the wrongly placed message. I see I have the ability to post threads, replies and images, and to edit my posts, but not delete my post. Given the state of the world, I guess I can live with that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bleckb View Post
    Somewhat ironically, this is the post I was trying to delete after cutting out the wrongly placed message. I see I have the ability to post threads, replies and images, and to edit my posts, but not delete my post. Given the state of the world, I guess I can live with that.
    I've never seen a forum where a member can delete their own thread, a mod or admin is needed for that. Completely normal.
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    I guess it took me 15 years here to need to delete a thread and find out, though I"m hardly a prolific participant. Lesson learned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cxwrench View Post
    I've never seen a forum where a member can delete their own thread,
    I have. They exist but not common based on what I've seen.

    As for which forum section this thread belongs to, I've never seen a forum where a member can move a thread.

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