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My Topic is Gone/Locked etc.

Postby Pyroman » August 21st, 2009, 9:05 pm

This forum is for new questions, and so questions that have been resolved or are dead have been moved to 'resolved topics.' I try to at least wait until the Original Poster has replied about their success, however some users never do this. If you return to this forum and your thread is not here, it has more than likely been moved to the resolved area. If your question has not been fully resolved then please PM trenton_dawn or Amante and they'll move it back here.

On that note, some questions have been moved to Resolved simply because a resolution was suggested, and the OP has not posted back. In these cases the assumption is that a result was achieved, and the thread has been moved to avoid it simply rotting here.

If your topic has been moved, Do not post a new topic, or a complaint topic.

If you do not reply within a few days after I move it back to the New Questions section, then tough luck. You had your chance. I will not keep juggling it back and forth.
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