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Closing threads

Hi,

I'm a little bit fed up with reading a lot of threads on the forums that have already been solved.

Couldn't you add some sort of warning when someone creates a thread to remind him to close the thread and the instructions on how to do it?

Answering questions would be a much more easy job if solved threads were correctly closed by their creators.

I believe there are lots of people that don't even know how to close a thread. They just post the question and wait for answers.

Regards,

David.

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    Posted on Oct 04, 2005 at 04:49 PM

    By closing a thread I assume you mean marking it as "Solved", do you have a recommendation on how to accomplish this?

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