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  1. #16
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    Good morning!! This probably isn't the right place to ask this... but for some reason I can't use the delete post feature. I can do everything up until I click 'delete' then it does nothing. {the final 'delete', after you have clicked everything else.}It comes up on the bottom as "error on page". Just wondering if it might be a computer problem, or something that can be corrected on the site? Thankyou heaps!!


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  3. #17
    This is the perfect place to ask.

    The delete feature only lasts for a certain period of time. After than, you need to alert the post you'd like deleted and the mods see if it's okay. The reason is that sometimes a deleted post can upset the information on the thread too much, but it doesn't' happen that often.


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  5. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimster View Post
    This is the perfect place to ask.

    The delete feature only lasts for a certain period of time. After than, you need to alert the post you'd like deleted and the mods see if it's okay. The reason is that sometimes a deleted post can upset the information on the thread too much, but it doesn't' happen that often.
    Thanks.. It's usually as soon as I have posted that I see someone has posted the same thing and I try to delete. So , within about 2 minutes from posting?


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  7. #19
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    Smile

    Good morning ... My question is about posts on closed threads can we repost into new threads if it is of interest to others for their comments


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barram5 View Post
    Good morning ... My question is about posts on closed threads can we repost into new threads if it is of interest to others for their comments
    Hi Barram5,

    Yes, you certainly can, as long as it is relevant to the thread you are posting in, and is not information/posts that have been unapproved in the past for TOS violations.

    Hope this helps!
    ~Summer


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  11. #21
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    Not sure if this thread is the place for this question or if there is a more appropriate thread to ask this.... but I have noticed some members have the user title Inactive under their name and was wondering what that means.

    Thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Bottle View Post
    Not sure if this thread is the place for this question or if there is a more appropriate thread to ask this.... but I have noticed some members have the user title Inactive under their name and was wondering what that means.

    Thanks
    That means the member asked that their account with Websleuths be closed for one reason or another.


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  14. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by linette View Post
    Thanks.. It's usually as soon as I have posted that I see someone has posted the same thing and I try to delete. So , within about 2 minutes from posting?
    I thought it was a bit longer than that?


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  16. #24
    I've just finished looking over last night's activity on Allison's thread and have some comments.

    First, thank you for having a lively debate without berating each other. There were only a couple of posts that needed to be removed. Someone had an opposing view compared to the majority's consensus and she stayed focused and most of the time everyone else replied by addressing the case and not the poster personally. Cheers!

    There were some posts removed that were about the posters in general, no one specific was named. I want to remind everyone that this is a DISCUSSION board. Not a board where someone posts their thoughts and then everyone has to agree. We don't have to agree and we can say why we don't agree, as long as we don't get personal about it. If we were sitting in the police station, we would probably hear the same conversation between detectives as they try to sort out what happened in a crime. It's called "brainstorming" and we can all learn during the process.

    These two topics need to stay in your back pockets and off the board: comments about other posters (their opinions, posting styles, motives, nicknames, underwear, and everything else!) and moderation (just getting off a time out, staying out of jail, etc.) Those are two topics that will cause you to lose your posting privileges!


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  18. #25
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    Thank you. I DO try you know .


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  20. #26
    There was a question about people wanting to meet in real life. Please review Websleuths policy:


    Posting Personal Contact Information (Address / Phone Number):

    Members may not post personal contact information such as home address, work address, home telephone number, work telephone number, etc., in the public forums. ANYONE, including guests to WS, can read the public forums - this policy is in place for YOUR safety and protection.

    Contacting other members to meet in Real Life:

    While members are always free to contact each other to meet in person, via telephone, or in other ways, Websleuths will in no way be responsible for any actions or events arising from such contact. Websleuths staff does not read or otherwise monitor Private Messages and has no way to monitor private emails, telephone calls or other such communications. It is up to each individual member to decide if they desire such contact and the resultant loss of anonymity. Websleuths neither condemns nor condones such meetings and it is up to the individual members to decide if they wish to get together.
    [ame="http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php?p=7825556#post7825556"]Rules Etiquette & Information - Websleuths Crime Sleuthing Community[/ame]


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  22. #27
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    Hello.

    A question (and I hope I'm asking this in the right place). I'm following the Allison Baden-Clay case. I've seen mention of "verified insiders" and I'm wondering what exactly this means. The reason I'm asking is I want to know what kind of weight to put on statements made by them. Are they just people who live locally and can verify they live in the area? Are they more than that. For example: they can verify that someone close to them is a member of the investigating team. Or can a "verified insider" be as simple as someone whose (for example) children attend the same school as the Baden-Clay girls?

    Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.


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    A verified insider is someone who knows the family or immediate friend(s) of someone named in the case in one way or another. It means they "could" be getting true information about the case that hasn't been disclosed in the media. However, their information is only as true as the family/friend who is disclosing it to them.

    It's hard for me to get specific because WS will not disclose the type of relationship. If the verified insider discloses it, we will only step in if it's not the same information they told us during the verification process.

    Bear in mind that the verification process isn't foolproof. We'd have to fly to Australia and check it out ourselves and that isn't going to happen. This process has helped get rid of "trolls" in the past, however, and that's why we do what we do.

    Hope that makes sense!


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  25. #29
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    Makes sense. Thanks very much, Kimster


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  27. #30
    We do not discuss psychic issues on Websleuths. That includes tarot, astrology, visions, etc. This is not new. I've posted many times that we don't discuss dreams/visons/psychics on Websleuths. There are many sites out there for that sort of thing and we are not one of them.

    In addition, Summer_Breeze is the point mod in Allison's subforum. If she doesn't know an answer to one of your questions, she will ask administration and get the answer. If anyone here wants to give her a bad time about that, I'm going to get grumpy and pull out the ray gun. Summer wants to be your moderator and deserves to be treated with respect for all the hours she volunteers here because she really likes you guys.



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