On FS/FT threads can we have a date when they were expired please? - HotUKDeals
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it is 7 days from last post if you lock via fo lk

if locked via a mod on here then its 7 full days from their post, unless they no longer post a bump to lock, in which case it is 7 days from last post surely


remembering a thread needs locking, not just expiring to relist

Edited By: sassie on Oct 10, 2010 16:59: m
[mod] 1 Like #2
Once locked its 7 days from the last comment in a trade thread for relists - so no expire date is required, The thread must display the lock icon, and once displayed no further posts can be submitted. Expiring a thread is not the same as closing it - the thread must be locked and expired and 7 days need to have passed from last comment before relisting is permitted. Its very straightforward - if last comment in a locked thread was 4pm on a Sunday then it can be relisted after 4pm the following Sunday. :)

Edited By: sigma on Oct 10, 2010 17:01: [B]
#3
sassie
it is 7 days from last post if you lock via fo lk

if locked via a mod on here then its 7 full days from their post, unless they no longer post a bump to lock, in which case it is 7 days from last post surely


remembering a thread needs locking, not just expiring to relist


Thanks Sassie, I always thought it was 7 days from when it was locked and didn't realise expiring wasn't the same as locking. Thanks for the info.


sigma
Once locked its 7 days from the last comment in a trade thread for relists - so no expire date is required, The thread must display the lock icon, and once displayed no further posts can be submitted. Expiring a thread is not the same as closing it - the thread must be locked and expired and 7 days need to have passed from last comment before relisting is permitted. Its very straightforward - if last comment in a locked thread was 4pm on a Sunday then it can be relisted after 4pm the following Sunday. :)

That's great, thank you.

Edited By: sickly sweet on Oct 10, 2010 17:02: quote
banned 1 Like #4
sickly sweet
sassie
it is 7 days from last post if you lock via fo lk

if locked via a mod on here then its 7 full days from their post, unless they no longer post a bump to lock, in which case it is 7 days from last post surely


remembering a thread needs locking, not just expiring to relist


Thanks Sassie, I always thought it was 7 days from when it was locked and didn't realise expiring wasn't the same as locking. Thanks for the info.


it was, because a mod always posted so it was 7 days from then, but now you can lock without a mod (although via another site) it is still 7 days from last post
#5
sassie
it was, because a mod always posted so it was 7 days from then, but now you can lock without a mod (although via another site) it is still 7 days from last post


That makes things easier, I've been trying to keep track of my threads and just couldn't keep track of the dates, jeez, I don't even know what the date today is!
Thank you for your prompt and super helpful responses and help, much appreciated :)
#6
One last question - if you have edited your last comment, would t be 7 days from the last original comment date and time, or from the edit date and time? Thanks.
banned 1 Like #7
sickly sweet
One last question - if you have edited your last comment, would t be 7 days from the last original comment date and time, or from the edit date and time? Thanks.


it would be from your last post, edits aren't going to count, well i say aren't, anything is possible on here - lol
#8
sassie

it would be from your last post, edits aren't going to count, well i say aren't, anything is possible on here - lol


Thanks :)

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