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Old 02-14-2019, 09:04 AM   #1
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Thread disappearance?

I can no longer find a thread, and my last post to the thread is not in my statistics history. So what has happened?


1 - Thread has been hidden
2 - Thread has been deleted
3 - I have been banned from the thread
4 - I am imagining things, the thread never existed
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Old 02-14-2019, 09:07 AM   #2
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I can no longer find a thread, and my last post to the thread is not in my statistics history. So what has happened?


1 - Thread has been hidden
2 - Thread has been deleted
3 - I have been banned from the thread
4 - I am imagining things, the thread never existed
Option 3 is not possible, E-R forum does not ban members from threads. Option 2 is unlikely, threads are rarely deleted and then only for reasons that are compelling. Option 1 is possible, the thread might be offline if the moderators feel it needs to be discussed. Option 4 is a distinct possibility.
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Old 02-14-2019, 09:07 AM   #3
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I witnessed this happening today. I clicked on a link that was in an email notification about a post to it yesterday but the resulting webpage on E-R.org just said to contract the admin with a link. I did that.

Coincidently I think the thread I'm talking about was started by a moderator/administrator.
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As a general point, I have noticed that when a thread in under review by the mods, it is removed temporarily.
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As a general point, I have noticed that when a thread in under review by the mods, it is removed temporarily.
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The other thread is now visible, although is closed as per the reasons stated in the closure post.

I will also now close this thread as it needs no further action.
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