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How Do I Delete Multiple Posts Of The Same Question?



I have no idea what's up with my system but when I tried to post my question about total and permanent as it pertains to IU I kept getting a black screen that locked up my system. It did not appear to post to the forum until the last time I tried it. Then, when I came back later I see that it posted several times.

Is there any way to delete a duplicate (triplicate, quadruplicate....) post you've written yourself or does a moderator have to delete it?

I apologize for the hassle. The only thing I can think of is the next time this happens where it doesn't look like it's posting to the forum I'll close my browser and come back in before I try posting again.

Any other suggestions on how to prevent this when you get a black screen would be appreciated.



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Thanks for deleting most of the extra posts. There are still two of the same ones up on the Total and Permanent with IU.

Hoppy has answered one of them and the other doesn't have any replies. Could you please delete the earlier one that doesn't have any replies?

Thanks and sorry again for the hassle,


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Actually you can edit or delete anything that you post. Or leave it to a moderator.

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How do you delete your own posts? I know how to do a full or quick edit and correct typos and once before I used the edit to delete the text of a duplicate post but it didn't delete the post itself (in other words, there was just a blank post but I couldn't get that to go away).

If there's a way to delete our own posts please let me know.



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Thanks! I don't which I thought was more cool - the media player instructional video you sent or the fact that I can fix my mistakes and delete duplicate posts. I tried it out in the test area and it worked like a charm.

Thanks for all you do running the site. I suspect you answer the same questions many times over and I appreciate your patience.



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no problem mate - i need to do more of those videos, i think they work well i just have to find the right piece of software, the one i used for your clip was a demo and has some limitations i need to find something that can make the files much small i'm looking at something called instant demo and i'll see if it works for us and i can put it in the budget.

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