why cant i edit the title of a for sale thread

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11/13/2011 8:35 AM

So if I want to add anything , I have to make a whole new listing every time? Creates too much forum traffic.

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11/13/2011 10:22 AM

just press the edit of your post near the bottom of where you posted inside the forum

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11/13/2011 10:26 AM

Thanks for the reply.

I tried that and it only highlights the body. Tiltle still cannot be edited. The button inside the original message after I submit?

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11/13/2011 10:33 AM

you cannot edit the title of a thread unless you are a moderator or administrator.

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11/13/2011 10:40 AM

That I figured but it kinda makes no sense. I'd rather have one thread I could just recycle instead of making 5 a day.

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11/13/2011 10:51 AM

JoeGreen wrote:

That I figured but it kinda makes no sense. I'd rather have one thread I could just recycle instead of making 5 a day.

So just make your titles more vague like "Stuff for sale", then just edit the body of the thread and bump it when you change something... it's not rocket science.

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11/13/2011 10:59 AM
Edited Date/Time: 11/13/2011 11:00 AM

bmx214 wrote:

So just make your titles more vague like "Stuff for sale", then just edit the body of the thread and bump it when you change something... it's not rocket science.

Obviously but from a buyers perspective , why would I want to repeatedly open the same threads to see if they have changed? I'd much rather browse detailed titles.

the for sale section is like 4 pages from 15 users (probably an exaggeration)

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11/13/2011 11:08 AM

JoeGreen wrote:

Obviously but from a buyers perspective , why would I want to repeatedly open the same threads to see if they have changed? I'd much rather browse detailed titles.

the for sale section is like 4 pages from 15 users (probably an exaggeration)

True dat, & from a sellers perspective I'd like to know that someone isn't skipping my thread cuz they don't know it has changed... I guess the verdict is make a new thread!

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11/13/2011 11:13 AM

Make a new thread and then dozens of bumps per hour follow .

I will play by the rules but I'm just pointing out a problem with an easy solution.

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