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Well, for the past few days I have noticed that some of my posts have gone down, for like, no reason.
I had more than 350 today, and now I'm down to 349??
Is anyone else experiancing this problem? it's annoying me.
Last edited by commodore; 09-27-2008 at 02:48 PM..
I noticed that happend to me once. Lilypad, thanks for your response. It helped me out a lot because I wouldn't have figured that was why. It does make sence, but I wouldn't have known because on a lot of other forums I'm on it doesn't do that.
That has happened to me a few times. If a thread gets deleted then you lose all those posts you made in that thread.
To prevent this, post in apprpropriate threads. The only reason a thread will be deleted is when it is too innappropriate for everyone to see, or the original poster asks for it to be delted.
This was most likely because thread(s) you posted on have been deleted. Sometimes, your posts have been deleted. This has all been for a reason. It happens to everybody. My opinion it this; posts don't really matter to me. Nor does the count or stars. It's what's written on the post that matters. You will regain your posts back... it wasn't mch anyways
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