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Old 18th January 2010, 03:58
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Thumbs up Can I suggest a SOLVED option

Hi I was thinking maybe it would be nice to have the option to mark your own thread as solved, after your problem has been resolved. the good thing about having the SOLVED option is that later when someone else stumbles across the same error, and they do a search it would make it easier for them to choose which thread they want to read, also prevents someone from following a thread without reading to the end of it first, only to realize the problem wasn't solved and maybe end up digging them selves in a bigger whole lol..
I know I've been guilty of that exact reason a few times...

They have that option in the ubuntu forum, which I'm sure you already know, but I think it would work well here too...


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