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Posted 12 days ago , edited 12 days ago
Can you please fix your glitches before deleting posts? It's ruining my topics. My topics are precious to me. The utter look of terror when I see a topic of mine with a deleted post...

It's a look of sadness, too.

Seriously though, it's a really strange glitch and conversation becomes almost impossible when it is done. And I believe it does seem you are taking a stance of deleting less posts than usual due to it.

Does the mod team have the ability to "split" posts from a topic instead? Maybe this is a better solution for the time being.

Or simply just editing the post.
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Posted 12 days ago , edited 12 days ago

KennethKenstar wrote:

Can you please fix your glitches before deleting posts? It's ruining my topics. My topics are precious to me. The utter look of terror when I see a topic of mine with a deleted post...

It's a look of sadness, too.

Seriously though, it's a really strange glitch and conversation becomes almost impossible when it is done. And I believe it does seem you are taking a stance of deleting less posts than usual due to it.

Does the mod team have the ability to "split" posts from a topic instead? Maybe this is a better solution for the time being.

Or simply just editing the post.


We hate this bug a lot. Of course, in your threads, you are directly responsible for many of the posts being deleted, but I do feel especially bad when it happens in threads where most of the participants did not take place in the behavior that resulted in deletions.

Not sure what you mean by "split posts from a topic" but I'm pretty sure the answer is no. We can delete a post, and this is the easiest thing to do.

We can edit the post but that's more time-consuming, especially if there are a large number of posts requiring this treatment. It's also less desirable than just deleting because even if we edit, the wrongdoers can just edit over our edits. Most don't, and they get in extra trouble if we catch it, but it's been known to happen.
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