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Is there an explanation of forum protocol?

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rpacker

I just realized I may be ending threads unintentionally by clicking on the "thanks" button. This is the first time I have seen this kind of forum functionality, so I'm not exactly sure what the meaning of "accept" and "reject" and "thanks" are. Is there any explanation of this somewhere? I feel like I am in a foreign country where everyone speaks a different language!


Randall Packer

Multimedia Artist & Educator

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Jenny
Clicking "thanks" tells the moderators (and the [i]moderators[/i] of the moderators ;)) that you appreciate our help and input. It does not close a thread. You can give "thanks" as many times as you want throughout a thread's life cycle. Clicking "accept" on an answer tells the moderators that your issue is resolved and you no longer need assistance. Clicking "reject" on an answer tells the moderators that the answer provided did not solve your problem and you still need help. With that said, it is best not to put 50 issues in one thread, but rather bundle together related questions and start a new thread for other related questions. Further information can be found here: http://www.pagelines.com/forum/discussion/12193/please-read-before-posting#Item_3 I hope that helps clear things up!

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