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Please explain this

How do you delete a post?

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You can only delete your posts, but here's how.

Open the post. Click Edit. Then click Delete, which opens additional options below.
Then click Delete Message, then click the button on the bottom right "Delete this Message".

This should work.

PS -- just tested it and it does work

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OK, here's what I did. On my original post, I included a photo. I guess I didn't do it right and the photo didn't show up, so I wanted to delete the whole post. I accidently did a reply to my original post and I was able to delete that one but not the first post.
It will only let me edit, not delete.
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Billy gave good instructions for how to delete a post.

But it seems what you are really asking is how to delete a thread.

The short answer is that you can't.

But if you show me a link to the thread, I'll take a look and see what we can do. Mods can delete a thread. Or, are you referring to this thread?

I'm also moving this thread to the Sailnet Tech Support forum.


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