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    [SOLVED] How to mark thread as [SOLVED]?

    Hi,
    It looks like forum has changes. I was not on forum for couple of months. But know I can't find "Mark thread as solved" option. You know after I got solution I like to mark it as solved because anyone on forum can know this is solved and get solution from thread. There is also a benefit for other users that don't need to read messages: "Hi, I have solved the problem...".
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    Abcuser

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    Re: How to mark thread as [SOLVED]?

    Moved out of the Res Center to FFH.
    The "Mark as Solved" function should be back soon
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    Re: How to mark thread as [SOLVED]?

    Same problem.....good to hear it's coming soon.
    There are 10 kinds of people in this world: those who understand binary and those who do not.
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    Re: How to mark thread as [SOLVED]?

    You can always edit the title of your thread to include [SOLVED].
    I actually never used the mark-as-solved-button.

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    Re: How to mark thread as [SOLVED]?

    I always thought the 'Mark as Solved' did something else also (maybe logged a value for statistics? )
    There are 10 kinds of people in this world: those who understand binary and those who do not.
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    Problem fixed? Mark Your Thread as Solved

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    Re: How to mark thread as [SOLVED]?

    Quote Originally Posted by kellemes View Post
    You can always edit the title of your thread to include [SOLVED].
    I actually never used the mark-as-solved-button.
    I changed the title of a post to [SOLVED] but it is not seen in the thread title list. It is only visible on the thread itself.

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    Re: How to mark thread as [SOLVED]?

    Hopefully this comes back soon. I have a post that got solved and I want to be sure others know it!

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    Re: How to mark thread as [SOLVED]?

    Quote Originally Posted by bapoumba View Post
    Moved out of the Res Center to FFH.
    The "Mark as Solved" function should be back soon
    Nice to hear. I miss it.

    Which reminds me of another pet peeve I have with the forum page redesign: Where did the 'find unanswered questions' button go? It used to be under Search or Quick Links.

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    Re: How to mark thread as [SOLVED]?

    Quote Originally Posted by logos34 View Post
    Nice to hear. I miss it.

    Which reminds me of another pet peeve I have with the forum page redesign: Where did the 'find unanswered questions' button go? It used to be under Search or Quick Links.
    Yeah, I've been missing that as well...
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