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    Question any way to add "solved" to thread tools ?

    would be great if that feature returned.
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    Re: any way to add "solved" to thread tools ?

    I checked settings and thought I'd found one that would work (Thread Prefix Manager > Thread Prefix > Solved) . Enabled for Registered, CM & Admins. And....nada. Hope it can be reinstated too.
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    Re: any way to add "solved" to thread tools ?

    Quote Originally Posted by bob
    I checked settings and thought I'd found one that would work (Thread Prefix Manager > Thread Prefix > Solved) . Enabled for Registered, CM & Admins. And....nada. Hope it can be reinstated too.
    Yeah, I have toggled that several times before without any effect ... Might have to kick it upstairs.
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