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I want to edit an old thread I started about regulators/rectifiers. I want to put "update" after the title and add a new post, but my original post with the title doesn't have the "edit" symbol. Is there another way to do this, or should I just add the new post at the end of the thread?
 

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I think you can only edit the post its self, not the title. You may not be able to edit old post at all.
 

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but jeeps you are a gold member lol you can do it
 

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bumblebee said:
Send a pm to ShanMan and tell him what you want...he can do anything he wants :dthumb:
not exactly...he couldn't edit a referral for me. he doesn't have access to that.
 

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SVupON1 said:
not exactly...he couldn't edit a referral for me. he doesn't have access to that.

Doesn't have anything to do with access. The software doesn't allow me to edit the database information in that way.

EDIT: I found a hack. You now have referral credit. :cheers:
 

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You can edit the title of your post but it doesn't edit the title to the thread... but as long as we have mods and admins around they will help!
 

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just an FYI, if you make an thread and nobody has posted in it yet, u can edit the title and it will show up, after that it takes a mod to edit the title :)
 

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Need4Speed said:
just an FYI, if you make an thread and nobody has posted in it yet, u can edit the title and it will show up, after that it takes a mod to edit the title :)
HA! I knew that...also same goes for editing a post in general...if someone has seen the post and you edit you will see a message at the bottom of the post saying last edit ######, if no one has seen the post and you edit you won't see the edit message at the bottom of the post. just some more FYI
 

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Ok... so mr fancy pants... tell the crowd why you can't edit your own post after it's been sitting for a while?
 

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Gas Man said:
Ok... so mr fancy pants... tell the crowd why you can't edit your own post after it's been sitting for a while?

Define "while".
 

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Gas Man said:
Ok... so mr fancy pants... tell the crowd why you can't edit your own post after it's been sitting for a while?
I guess because it's not a "current thread or post" I have noticed this too.
 

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I don't know... I just know that sometime I want to edit a post and I can't anymore... say like a month... I think it is whenever vBulletin puts old threads to archive....
 
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