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I think it would be a good idea but even if the mods don't implement it you could always create a post in your thread requesting the thread to be closed and then report it so if they take a few days to do it you still have your time record.

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RedIron;5216197

I think it would be a good idea but even if the mods don't implement it … I think it would be a good idea but even if the mods don't implement it you could always create a post in your thread requesting the thread to be closed and then report it so if they take a few days to do it you still have your time record.



True...for personal reference that works.

RedIron;5216197

I think it would be a good idea but even if the mods don't implement it … I think it would be a good idea but even if the mods don't implement it you could always create a post in your thread requesting the thread to be closed and then report it so if they take a few days to do it you still have your time record.



But would probably count as a bump and if you've already had 3 you're in trouble :whistling:

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RedIron;5216197

I think it would be a good idea but even if the mods don't implement it … I think it would be a good idea but even if the mods don't implement it you could always create a post in your thread requesting the thread to be closed and then report it so if they take a few days to do it you still have your time record.



awoodhall2003;5216213

True...for personal reference that works.



Tillboy;5216342

But would probably count as a bump and if you've already had 3 you're in … But would probably count as a bump and if you've already had 3 you're in trouble :whistling:



This has been mentioned before, I'll dig out the link when I have a little spare time today.

The workaround seemed to involve the OP editing/appending the 1st post in the thread. OP now has a note of the request and no bumping of the post takes place (very important given the feedback that some have expressed re the effect of mod closure on a fs/ft thread.

Just bear in mind that it's 7 full days from mod closure before a re-listing is allowed.

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aScottishBloke;5217023

This has been mentioned before, I'll dig out the link when I have a … This has been mentioned before, I'll dig out the link when I have a little spare time today.The workaround seemed to involve the OP editing/appending the 1st post in the thread. OP now has a note of the request and no bumping of the post takes place (very important given the feedback that some have expressed re the effect of mod closure on a fs/ft thread. Just bear in mind that it's 7 full days from mod closure before a re-listing is allowed.



Yeah that was my thinking that it was from mod closure and therefore is bit hard to time yourself.
Ive seen and read some (in its first day) on the 'mod bump' :thumbsup:
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