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"Do Not Over Up Threads"

Discussion in 'Support and Feedback' started by Biker John, Nov 17, 2017.

  1. Biker John

    Biker John Active Member Registered

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    Just a little question, in the Forum Rules, as well as the ones that make sense their is 'Do Not Over Up Threads'. Now I for one have no idea what that means.
     
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  2. Oliver

    Oliver Administrator Administrator Registered

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    Sure @Biker John, this basically means if you post a thread and it gets no response, do not constantly post in it bumping it to the top asking for a response. It doesn't really apply normally but some people can "over up" their threads every 10 minutes which isn't fun for anyone :)
     
  3. arealhuman

    arealhuman Active Member Registered

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    I wondered that too, never heard that expression before, always known it as bumping, but thanks for the clarification.
     
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  4. Oliver

    Oliver Administrator Administrator Registered

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    Yup, exactly the same thing :)
     
  5. Biker John

    Biker John Active Member Registered

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    Thanks for the clarification.
     
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  6. Oliver

    Oliver Administrator Administrator Registered

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    No problem, let me know if I can help further.
     
  7. AndyL

    AndyL New Member Registered

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    What about “use correct prefixes”?
     
  8. Oliver

    Oliver Administrator Administrator Registered

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    In some forums we’ve added the ability to add a prefix to your post to put it in the correct category! It will help massively for example in the Buy/Sell forum.