How Can I Delete A Thread?

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  1. pokfan

    pokfan New Member

    I need to delete a thread but forgot how. Thanks for helping.
     
    Last edited: Mar 16, 2011
  2. DJGigabyte

    DJGigabyte Forum Moderator

    You can't delete a thread, only a Mod or Admin can delete a thread.
    And even then, it's very unlikely that they will.
     
  3. evil psyduck

    evil psyduck Moderator Trader Feedback Mod

    If you started the thread you are not allowed to delete the first post. Once posted the thread belongs to the pokegym community. The most we do is lock a thread and that is only in the trade the buy of the sell forum.
     
  4. pokfan

    pokfan New Member

    Could you lock this thread?
     
  5. evil psyduck

    evil psyduck Moderator Trader Feedback Mod

    Short answer is nope.
     
  6. mollymotesnotbanned

    mollymotesnotbanned New Member

    Evil psyduck is very very evil!
     
  7. BJJ763

    BJJ763 Trading Mod Supervisor Staff Member Trader Feedback Mod

    Why? For giving an honest answer? He cannot lock topics in this forum. With the number of forums he can lock topics, he is not allowed that ability here so he can eat and sleep.
     
  8. mollymotesnotbanned

    mollymotesnotbanned New Member

    It was coming off as sarcastic...sorry if you didn't catch onto that...i'll help you out :)
     
  9. TheKing

    TheKing New Member

    ^ Didn't sound very sarcastic to me.
     
  10. EeveeLover

    EeveeLover Member Services Administrator

    Simple answer.

    Members cannot lock topics anywhere on the forums.

    Semi Simple answer.

    Mods cannot lock topics outside the Forums they are assigned.

    Complex answer.

    Sr. Staff can lock anything anywhere.

    Standard rule of thumb.

    Topics are not locked on request, outside of the Trading Forums, as well as the sub forums of Trading.

    Once a topic is posted, it is considered to be the property of the community.

    However, this topic has run it course.

    <<locked>>
     
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