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    How can I delete my topics?

    Thanks
    Ismail
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    Discover@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: Deleting topics!

    You can't. And, you can only edit them for 30 minutes or until someone replies to them.

    A moderator can do it for you if they feel like it.
    graffiti Guest

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    > How can I delete my topics?

    If it isn't completely bullsh*t what you write, it is very unlikely your
    topics will be deleted (which only the forum mods can), because they can
    serve as reference for people with the same problem that visit us in the
    future.

    Jens


    Jens Schulze Guest

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    Default Re: Deleting topics!

    Not sure if this is what Ismail means, but I wouldn't mind being able to deep six threads that I am sure no longer interest me -- it would make the good stuff easier to find. So the topic wouldn't be deleted from the forum, but from my list . . .

    If that makes sense . . .
    AG
    Alan_Gold@adobeforums.com Guest

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    >So the topic wouldn't be deleted from the forum, but from my list . . .
    >
    > If that makes sense . . .
    Absolutely it makes sense...use a newsreader to access the forum and you can
    customize all you like. Point your newsreader at [url]www.adobeforums.com[/url] and add
    the groups you like. You'll need your Adobe site login and password.

    IMO, any newsreader--even OutlookExpress--is WAY better than a web-based
    forum.

    -John O


    JohnO@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: Deleting topics!

    Sounds good. I'll give it a try. Thanks!
    AG
    Alan_Gold@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: Deleting topics!

    As for Ismail's original concern, I identified the accidental thread in question, and killed it for him. (It was a new thread that was intended as a reply in an existing thread.)

    Cheers,

    T
    Thomas_Phinney@adobeforums.com Guest

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