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nitin_jinagal
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Please refer this thread in

Last response was posted on 18 Sept'13 and OP last logged in on 13 Dec' 13.

How come this appears on forum again 53 mins before as shown in snap below.Pl tell if no activity is done with this thread, how does it flash back on the forum.


These are few more (without any recent activity) on the same forum

ntn

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JL23
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if there was an abuse report, then the discussion unfortunately bounces among the new ones in case the abuse report is rejected (the discussion accepted) with the time of the last action, which is the moderator decision that cannot be seen by you.

JasonLax
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That's right...and we're trying to get ahead in the moderation duties this week.

nitin_jinagal
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Hi,

Thanks for sharing this info. But I need to ask this. I assume you have gone through the given thread link and this was basically reported but later rejected by moderators. Is that the reason these threads are bouncing up in the forum ???

ntn

nitin_jinagal
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And one more thing, before posting my last response, I saw this thread marked as 'Answered' which I never did. Is this usual ??

JasonLax
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The report abuse was rejected. Sometimes it's just a matter of removing some offensive text from an otherwise good post. (e.g. remove point begging or personal contact info.)

former_member183424
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I have also seen the same things.

It will shows in Recent update list.

But when you enter into this discussion, you can see the exact time and date of this discussion.

As example:

This is happens because of report abuse, which is already said by Jurgen Sir.

nitin_jinagal
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Yes Dev, I understood this. So this simply implies that these three posts were once reported abused but later rejected. I assume they appeared on the forum as soon as they were rejected.

ntn

former_member183424
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Yes. You are right.

Whenever the abuse report is rejected it comes again on the recent activity.

About your last reply:

You have said "I saw this thread marked as 'Answered' which I never did."

Have you asked question?

Only author can mark the thread as "Answered"

nitin_jinagal
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Dev, please don't assume that I don't know who can mark the answer correct

In that context, I was referring to this thread. When I posted this on SCN support and later saw my notifications, I opened it and saw it was marked as correct. I don't know how did it happen.

ntn

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I think Global Moderators also can mark any thread as correct answer.

former_member183424
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Ohhh.. You are telling about this thread..

I have seen that. the correct answer was goes to Jurgen Sir.

I hope you had marked the correct answer for Jurgen Sir's reply..

But its removed..

I don't think moderator can make a reply as "Correct Answered"

They can remove the Correct answer, only when if the ans is not valuable for the thread.

JL23
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Moderators can not only remove point assignments, they can as well mark "correct answer", but only in the forum where they are moderator for. And it will not give points to moderator if he marks his own answer as correct (just in case this would be the next question )

nitin_jinagal
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Yes Correct. I unmarked his post and changed it helpful later. I never marked it correct, and I had to unmark it so that thread remains open to get a suitable response.

  • I posted this thread on Support forum went back to QM.
  • NO other tab was open except one i.e QM
  • Sometime later, I got figures in 'Communication' and I clicked on it.
  • On the next window, I opened this thread (my first visit on this thread after posting)
  • When I opened it, it was marked as 'Answered'

This is what happened to me. Anyways, that's not a big issue and if it is any bug, it will come up from other users.

ntn

nitin_jinagal
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Lol. Surely not

I just posted my last response where I had to modify before posting after seeing your's and Chandra's post. I was mentioning about closing this thread but both posts raised my brows again.

ntn

nitin_jinagal
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Thank god you think like that and confirmed that. Else I was going to blame my hangover after new year celebration

ntn

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nitin_jinagal
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Anyways,

I thank you all for sharing your views and giving much needed information. I'm now closing thread.

A very happy new year to you all

Wishes,

ntn