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06-16-2003, 05:49 PM
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kwag, why don't you just lock the thread if you don't want anyone posting to it ?
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06-16-2003, 05:58 PM
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Because then I lock myself out too, and it's a pain having to unlock it to bump the thread so everyone can see it, and then lock it again
The thread doesn't "bump" to "new posts" by editing

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Isn't it a sticky topic, though?
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Isn't it a sticky topic, though?
Yes, but the idea is that if there is a change, when you log back in you would see the thread as new post. The way phpBB works, is that if you edit a post, it doesn't show as a change. Only a line on the post saying the date modified. The only way I can show to users when they log back in, is to actually post in that thread. So that's what I do. I make a new post, basically roll the content of the last post to a new post, and then kill the previous post. This way when you log back in, you'll see the thread as if someone had replied to it It's clumsy (for me to maintain!), but it works

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