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issueid=580 09-20-2010 05:52 PM
Can i post something 30 days old??

i was looking through the old pages of the ''orbiter web forum'' and came across this thread http://www.orbiter-forum.com/showthread.php?t=69 i was going to post how much space i was giving but this came up WARNING: You are trying to post in a thread that is more than 30 days old and your post may be considered a necropost, unless you are adding relevant information to the thread. If you are sure your post does not violate the Rules, press the "Go Advanced" button below and confirm the post.

So can i post my answer it thanks
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09-20-2010 05:56 PM
Tex Tex is offline
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The warning is to remind you that you are attempting to post in a thread where the last post was made more that 30 days ago. If your post is not adding any relevant information to the thread, then it would be considered a necropost.
09-20-2010 06:12 PM
so if i was to post how much space i was using would it be a necropost?
09-20-2010 08:44 PM
Tex Tex is offline
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The poll is there for voting if you just wanna express how much space you are using. Posting in that thread will resurrect a really old thread, so you should elaborate how the space is being used like others did in the thread (ie: how many installs? how many addons? etc.)
09-21-2010 03:43 PM
ok thanks

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