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    The MS board has a sticky called Useful Websites that I started some time ago. Some of the information needs updating, and a couple of links may no longer work. Would it be possible to reopen the posts in that thread for editing temporarily, and I'll bring them up to date?

    Last edited by Moderator #7; 12-28-2014 at 03:13 PM.
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    Hello agate!

    Only a moderator can edit a post past it's expiration edit time. You can keep adding posts to a sticky thread, though.

    You can either redo the post with the edited information by making a new post or you can pm me what changes you want to make when you have the corrected links. I would be happy to make any changes for you.
    Last edited by Moderator #7; 12-28-2014 at 03:13 PM.
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    It's really easy to put someone on ignore and it's strongly recommended that you do so with people whose posts you don't like.

    Step 1 - log in
    Step 2 - click on the "settings" link
    Step 3 - click on the "edit ignore list" link on the left side of the screen
    Step 4 - type (or paste if you copied and pasted it) the username of the person you want to ignore
    Step 5 - click the "ok" button on the right of the screen

    One important note though, this won't hide quoted posts. It's an oversight on the developers part and it's not an easy thing to "fix." So if someone quotes someone you have ignored, you'll see the quote.

    Alternatively when you click on a person's name and view their profile page, underneath their avatar, there is a option that says, "Ignore this person". Click that link and then click the yes button.

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