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Locking and 'Sticking'

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24 Nov 09 #164894 by nbm1708
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Can I suggest that some of the informative threads such as this one - www.wikivorce.com/divorce/Divorce-Forum/...ntenance.html#164888

Are stickied and then locked so as to stop additional posts being added by people asking for help which then subsequently don't get answered.

If these threads were locked it would encourage people to start their own thread instead and then get answers as people reply.

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T

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24 Nov 09 #164911 by dukey
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Hello T

Many of Divorcelawyers articles can be found in the library and many other helpful articles, Dl`s SM was sticky died when first posted and from time to time others that answer common questions are also posted, because of the number of questions asked there is a limit to the number that can be given extra time on the forum without risking questions often from new members slipping off the boards.

As requested i have posted and stickied the link.

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24 Nov 09 #164920 by nbm1708
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Hi dukey,

Sorry probably not made myself very clear. On a number of forums i'm a member of what we tend to do with i formative posts such as dl's is sticky it (which i appreciate you've done) and then lock it so that it doesn't become cluttered or have newbies ask question's which get overlooked.

If you see what i mean?

T

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