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I used to be able to delete one of my posts by clicking "Edit" and selecting "Delete" but it doesn't seem to give me that option anymore. Has this been changed for the whole group or has just my ability to delete one of my posts been disabled somehow?

A quick search for delete in FAQ brought this up:

If you have registered, you will be able to edit and delete your posts. Note that the administrator can disable this ability as he desires. Your ability to edit your posts may also be time-limited, depending on how the administrator has set up the forum.

To edit or delete your posts, click the "Edit" button by the post you want to edit. If your post was the first in the thread, then deleting the post may result in the removal of the entire thread.

After you have made your modifications, a note may appear, which notifies other users that you have edited your post. Administrators and moderators may also edit your messages but this note may not appear when they do so.
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Ditto John. There are times I wish I had said something a bit "softer" or not at all and now that option has gone away.
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Ditto John. There are times I wish I had said something a bit "softer" or not at all and now that option has gone away.
Arrrr. The old saying, put brain in gear before putting finger in motion. Or something similar.
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Ditto John. There are times I wish I had said something a bit "softer" or not at all and now that option has gone away.
Hi Rick,

So far I can still edit all of the text in a post to change what it says but sometimes it was handy to be able to just delete the whole post.
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Arrrr. The old saying, put brain in gear before putting finger in motion. Or something similar.
Hey Jerry, It aint so much the brain was not in gear its that its not as smooth a shift as I had hoped for. At times it might even amount into a grinding of the teeth.
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Hey Jerry, It aint so much the brain was not in gear its that its not as smooth a shift as I had hoped for. At times it might even amount into a grinding of the teeth.
Hi Rick, As a retired trucker y'all know yah gut to get the RPM'S just right or double-clutch.
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Hi Rick, As a retired trucker y'all know yah gut to get the RPM'S just right or double-clutch.

Double clutch! Yeah, that's the ticket. My brain has done that MANY times! LOL
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we didnt change anything.
There was a Vbulletin upgrade done,that may have changed it..
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I don't read the WOG by email and I thought that once a post is submitted it will be sent in the original form to all members that subscribe to read the WOG by email, editing or deleting your post after you have submitted it will not change those emails, but only change what is shown on the WOG Internet site, so it may be best to Preview your posts carefully, before you Submit them.

I agree with Randy that we have not knowingly changed anything but I will try to see if I can fix the issue, but I'm not promising that I can............................But I do know how to resize photos
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This is beyond my abilities to fix.
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