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This is a discussion on Deleted Threads within the Improving ClubWRX.net forums, part of the News and Announcements category; when a post is deleted , closed can it automa be moved to a sub-forum called Trash . keep the ...

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    when a post is deleted , closed can it automa be moved to a sub-forum called Trash . keep the main list of posts un-cluttered , nothing like seeing 5 deleted post on the same page taking up space for active ones .

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    Hmm, this idea sounds pretty good. But instead of being deleted to a 'Trash' subforum, how about just deleted entirely? I don't know if it would be more work for the mods or whatnot, but I know we're always trying to improve the look n' feel of teh Club.
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    if i delete a thread i'll physically remove it ..so theres no trace
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    Quote Originally Posted by Weasel 555
    if i delete a thread i'll physically remove it ..so theres no trace
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    LOL yah tha'ts usually the case. The soft deletes are usually the ones that leaves a note for the members so people don't goaround asking "what happened to this post?".
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