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Re: [How-To] Mark Topic as solved
« Reply #30 on: 23. October 2014, 10:13:41 »
I wish someone would fix this post.  The "mark topic solved" is at the BOTTOM of the last post, NOT at the top.  This is so confusing.

PM the OP and if you get no response use the "Report to moderator" link inside the post and ask the mod/admin staff to edit it.

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Re: [How-To] Mark Topic as solved
« Reply #31 on: 05. January 2015, 00:57:28 »
IMHO the Solved button should be associated WITH THE REPLY, not with the topic.  Put it right there next to the Post and Preview buttons.  Hopefully everyone using this button will also be writing a reply to help enlighten others as to how the problem was solved, so the place to have it is with the reply.

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Re: [How-To] Mark Topic as solved
« Reply #32 on: 05. March 2015, 13:37:30 »
Topic Solved / Not Solved button is at the bottom of the page for the OP.


I have a problem simillar to mentioned before that I can't find anywhere this button... in fact I can't find whole bar as shown above...

I have attached screenshot of what I see.
Any tips on how to make the bar appear?

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Re: [How-To] Mark Topic as solved
« Reply #33 on: 08. March 2015, 22:10:07 »
@grubiorz yeah since the downtime last week it's missing,should be back soon.
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Re: [How-To] Mark Topic as solved
« Reply #34 on: 31. March 2015, 17:13:00 »
I posted this morning & still couldn't see the "Topic Solved" button.

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Re: [How-To] Mark Topic as solved
« Reply #35 on: 31. March 2015, 17:17:42 »
I posted this morning & still couldn't see the "Topic Solved" button.

Yep, it disappeared for the moment.
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Re: [How-To] Mark Topic as solved
« Reply #36 on: 31. March 2015, 17:32:05 »
Yeah, I haven't seen the bloody thing in QUITE a while. >:(
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Re: [How-To] Mark Topic as solved
« Reply #37 on: 02. April 2015, 18:37:58 »
Yeah, I don't see it neither. If there are this many people that can't find it (easily), then maybe, just maybe, it's not their fault. That is a possibility that I think can be conceded.

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Re: [How-To] Mark Topic as solved
« Reply #38 on: 02. April 2015, 19:14:41 »
There has not been any "topic solved" button since many days ago

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Re: [How-To] Mark Topic as solved
« Reply #39 on: 03. April 2015, 02:01:49 »
There is work going on to sort out the few problems that exist in the forum & such. All of them will be fixed, but not in a hurry, it is a big job. Don't forget, all of the work that goes on is voluntary & happens in those involved's spare time.
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Re: [How-To] Mark Topic as solved
« Reply #40 on: 04. May 2015, 00:02:52 »
There is no "topic solved" button anywhere in my threads. a Ctrl+F for "solved" comes up emtpy, and so does the good old visual scan of the entire page - top, bottom, left and right.
In any case, if that button did exist, I would find it placed best at the top. Nobody looks for it at the bottom.
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