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deleting threads?

Thread Status: Hello , There was no answer in this thread for more than 60 days.
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The111

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I searched and could not find anything about this... is it possible to delete a thread? I posted one in the wrong forum by accident (SCUBA travel vs freedive locations) and would like to get rid of it...
 

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Im sure one of the scuba mentors will delete it for you. Did you try the edit function, there used to be an option there to delete the thread if yours was the first post :)
 

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Yeh, I checked in the edit mode and didn't seem to find any way to delete...
 

Stephan Whelan

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Members aren't allowed to delete threads - only a Mentor, Team Leader or Admin can delete a thread.

This is a security measure to stop people from randomly deleting threads :D
 

The111

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I can understand that Stephan, but I started this thread and at the time there were no replies. On most other forums I frequent if you are the thread starter, and there are no replies, you have the option to delete. There is one reply now anyway.

Thanks for your answer.
 
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