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Thread: Is it possible t re-open a closed thread?

  1. #1
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    Oct 2021

    Is it possible t re-open a closed thread?

    I found out that I can use xsane to scan using the Canon LiDE 700 scanner.

    Is it possible to re-open the thread so I can add the finding to the thread.
    Last edited by fckwan; January 25th, 2024 at 07:07 PM.

  2. #2
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    Mystletainn Kick!

    Re: Is it possible t re-open a closed thread?

    Thread moved to Forum Feedback and Help

    You can make a request by clicking on the Report Post button in a post in that thread and request it be re-opened.
    And the staff may or may not grant that request.
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  3. #3
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    Ubuntu 22.04 Jammy Jellyfish

    Re: Is it possible t re-open a closed thread?


    Autoclosed threads have to be posted to by a forum staff member in order to re-open them, which is what I've done, and you will now be able to post to your thread. Once you've posted your findings I'll remove my post.

    When you post, please include details of the release of Ubuntu you were using in 2021 when you started that thread, and the release of Ubuntu that you are using now that you've solved the issue. This might be relevant for those in a similar situation. Also, any other hardware or software details that might be significant. Thanks.
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