What do I do when I accidently post twice to a thread?
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    Question What do I do when I accidently post twice to a thread?

    I know I've done this twice now. I go back to look and see what if anything new has been posted, miss my post and repost largely the same info. Is there any way to delete a post?

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    I say, don;t worry about it.....it happens to me occastionsally too

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    It's not a big deal, but you could always PM a mod to delete it for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michelle View Post
    It's not a big deal, but you could always PM a mod to delete it for you.
    I'd like to do that. Who do I PM? Where do I find a list? I looked in the FAQs and found out the difference between a moderator and an administrator, but not who to contact?

    TIA --

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judi Dial View Post
    I'd like to do that. Who do I PM? Where do I find a list? I looked in the FAQs and found out the difference between a moderator and an administrator, but not who to contact?

    TIA --

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    Well since I'm the one who suggested the extra work LOL, and I'm always around, you can contact me. Other Super Mods (who can work in all forums) include AmyBoz and Darlene.

    I'll see if I can find the list of mods for you now.

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    I can't seem to find the list that we used to have. If you go to the bottom right hand side of each forum (from within a thread), you will see who the moderator(s) is (are) for that particular forum. Super moderators can work within any forum and can therefore be contacted for any forum.

    Please correct me if I'm wrong, Sara etc.

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    When this happens to me, I go back into the second post and edit it. I erase every thing and then just write "double post" in the box

    I thought that the server wouldn't let you post within a certain number of seconds.

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