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Please update sold/ moved items.

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    Posted: 09 March 2009 at 12:51
Please, in order to make it easier for all members to determine if items are still for sale, update the status if your item has sold or been moved to an auction or external sales site.

You can either do this by editing the post title to include 'Sold' or 'Moved' or by adding a 'Sold' or 'Moved' post to your original thread.

In addition, PLEASE, leave the listing and selling price details 'intact' as it makes a great reference point for other members - thanks.

The sales moderators can then move the post to the appropriate thread.

Please note that, in accordance with forum buy/sell rules that no other 'bumping' posts are premitted.

Thanks in advance for your cooperation.


Edited by nigelbrooks - 18 July 2009 at 16:06
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How can we change the topic that we opened ?

Which buttons,links ?
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At the right top, "post options", from the drop down choose "edit post"

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