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How do I change the name of my thread?

Discussion in 'Forum Help & Feedback' started by GIRGHGH, Nov 27, 2014.

  1. GIRGHGH

    GIRGHGH Retinazer

    I aded a stupid in-parenthesis ending and I REALLY can't figure out a way to fix it. I think people are going to overlook if it has a funny looking name that means it's not done. I named it that because I was sill working on it, but I've not for a few days, so it makes no sense. It's ended with (Currently typing like mad) but I'm not AND IT'S REALLY BUGGING ME!!!!!!!
    This is the Help section right?
     
  2. Mystery

    Mystery The Mysterious One

    If it's been less than an hour, there should be an option here (in thread tools):
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    If it's been over an hour, you'll need to report the post and ask a moderator to fix it.
     
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  3. GIRGHGH

    GIRGHGH Retinazer

    It was about a week. :[ I don't like that system. How do I report it to a moderator?
    I think I may just make a new thread. :|
     
  4. Loki

    Loki Consigliere Staff Member Re-Logic Administrator

    Just report the OP and ask for the change. It's no big deal. :)

    Do not make another thread, it just clutters things.
     
  5. GIRGHGH

    GIRGHGH Retinazer

    How do I do THAT? I'm not very good with forum terms.
     
  6. Freenight

    Freenight Terrarian

    On your very first post of the thread, there's a "report" button. Click on that, say why it is being reported. In this case it should be: "Rename request to "Insert new thread title""
     
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  7. GIRGHGH

    GIRGHGH Retinazer

    Thanks.
     
  8. Loki

    Loki Consigliere Staff Member Re-Logic Administrator

    I desperately need to promote the user guide and make it more visible. It has so much useful info, but too few know about/read it. :(

    (It's in the Community Resources section if you are interested ;) )