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    Default HowTo: Mark a Thread as [Solved]


    A thread (or a topic) is nothing but a collection of posts. Once your problem solved, you need to mark it as [Solved]. Only mods/admin or a user who creates a thread, will have the option of specifying a prefix as [Solved] to the thread title. As a thread creator (user):


    1. Go to first post.
    2. Click on Edit
    3. Click on Go Advance
    4. You will then see the selected prefix (including [Solved]) where ever the thread title is shown. Select [Solved] from the drop down menu. Click on Save Changes.
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