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Christmas Always
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Date Posted:04/09/2013 04:31:14Copy HTML

Chip,

I started a post about Andy Johns passing, but added a few other people to the post and changed the topic to "More famous people have passed away. but when I come to the Message board, the unread topic shows the original title I created "Producer/Engineer Andy Johns has passed away"

I have looked at it with both Internet Explorer and Firefox and it shows the original topic and then when I click on it, it shows what I changed it to.

I don't know if it is an Aimoo glitch or just the way the message board is set up, but I was able to change the topic title of another post you asked me to change the other day, so I don't know what it wrong.

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Re:I changed the topic title of a post and it still shows the original title

Date Posted:04/10/2013 01:13:36Copy HTML


Susan,

When you edit the topic name/title of a thread, the "Today" page will show the original name of the thread for posts that were filed before the name change.


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Re:I changed the topic title of a post and it still shows the original title

Date Posted:04/10/2013 01:24:39Copy HTML

Oh OK, Chip,

I thought it would change when I edited it, but now I remember the post you asked me to edit the topic, I did it a day or so later than when I created the initial post.

Thanks for the explanation.
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