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Old 04-05-18, 03:33 AM
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Hello,
I'm really new to posting on RX7Club and I have read that I'm suppose to make 5 posts before I can become eligible to look and/or access certain posts parts of the forum.
I posted a lengthy comment on the 1st of April 2018 and after I clicked "post quick reply" a message basically saying an ADMIN would review the post showed up and I clicked ok and went on my merry way. I'm just curious as to what happen to my post. I spent quite some time piecing it together to help out the community.
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I tried looking and can't find it. What section did you post it in?
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Heres the link t56.
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Hey Bruce sorry to hear about the lengthy post missing. Just trying to get some clarification for the mods searching for your post.

1) The link you posted was to a thread started by another member, did you write a how-to article and post it as a new thread or did you make a lengthy reply on "LoU How Ya Do"'s thread? Either one is acceptable but it may help locating it.
2) If this WAS a reply did you utilize the "advanced reply" function or just attempt to write a lengthy response utilizing "quick reply?"

*All of the reply features on the forum can be finicky and will sometimes drop the reply information if your session time ends and you're automatically logged off. For future reference, it's a good habit to write all of you longer replies and write-ups in a text editor program for safe keeping. Plus, that way you can save copies of your how-to just in case you ever want to revisit it.

Good luck and welcome to the forum!

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