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How do you place the "solved" label on a thread?

Discussion in 'How To ..........' started by rosebay, May 13, 2015.

  1. rosebay

    rosebay budding naturalistic gardener!

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    I'm not sure if you can place a thread prefix yourself :dunno: - I know the staff team can, but I have no way of verifying if you can yourself or not.

    If there is a any thread that you would like to be marked as solved, either alert one of the posts in it and put the reason for the alert as 'mark solved' or similar, or by all means send me a PM and I will be happy to mark them for you as soon as I get to a PC.
     
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    • Zigs

      Zigs Apprentice Gardener

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      The solved prefix is only available in the identification forum i'm afraid :sad:
       
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      • Scrungee

        Scrungee Well known for it

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        @Zigs Alternatively, the permissions for use of 'Thread Prefixes' in ID, and perhaps other boards, could be made the same as with the Freebies board, so Users could also set/change things themselves.


        P.S. Whilst on the subject of thread prefixes, that Freebies board would benefit from an 'Expired' prefix, similar to ID solved so users don't keep reading about bargains that no longer exist.
         
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