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Thread poster: Kay Fisher

Kay Fisher
German to English
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Nov 14, 2002


I posted yesterday, I was logged in but

1) My data doesn\'t show up in the left column like everyone elses does.

2) When I click on edit, it says that only the moderator or poster can edit posts.

Am I missing something here or does the system think I\'m not logged in? Do I need a different log-in for the discussion boards?

And, I posted two replies to my thread yesterday but they haven\'t showed up yet. Someone else\'s reply to the same thread was posted more than twelve hours later but has already shown up.

I know the forums are moderated, does this mean my posts weren\'t acceptable, or are some peoples posts not moderated?

I did look in the FAQ but I couldn\'t find the answers to my questions

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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Local time: 06:01
English to German
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New profile? Nov 14, 2002

Hi Kay,

The forum threads are indeed moderated; if you set up your profile very recently, it might take a couple of days for your user name to show up.

That\'s also the reason why the forum doesn\'t \"recognise\" you - as soon as your profile has been verified, you\'ll be able to edit your own posts.

See these threads:



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Kay Fisher
German to English
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Thanks Ralf Nov 14, 2002

If \"bew\" is two weeks ago, then this counts

I just wanted to confirm that my mail wasn\'t getting lost in the post so to speak, and didn\'t want to triplicate post just because I didn\'t see them.



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