remove shadow copy of thread.

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Heeter
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remove shadow copy of thread.

Post by Heeter »

Hi guys,

I am trying to figure out how to delete the shadow copy of a moved thread.

Can't seem to find it in the admin panel.

Don't want to hit the delete button in case I delete the main thread that was moved.

Thanks In advance,


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Post by Black Fluffy Lion »

You can do this using the Delete function in the moderator control panel. Have a read of the userguide for details on how to do this :)
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Post by Heeter »

Thanks, Black,

I am just wondering if it will delete the actual post, not just the shadow copy.

Should I be worried going through here?

Thanks in advance,

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Post by KevC »

It will only delete the shadow.

If you're worried, make a test post, move it somewhere else and delete the shadow for that before you try it on a real post.
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If the solutions posted above worked can you add [SOLVED] to beginning the subject of your first post to help others? Click on the "EDIT" button next to your FIRST post in the thread.
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Post by Heeter »

Thanks Guys,

Really appreciate it,

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