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  1. How do you edit the title to a thread you created?

    I want to change the title to this thread
    https://forum.videohelp.com/threads/311266-New-WD-TV-Live-%28WDTV-v2%29

    Since there is now a WDTV Live Plus, I thought it would be best to change this thread title to "WDTV Live (non Plus)"
    tgpo famous MAC commercial, You be the judge?
    Originally Posted by jagabo
    I use the FixEverythingThat'sWrongWithThisVideo() filter. Works perfectly every time.
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  2. BuskerAlley.com zoobie's Avatar
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    couple of ways to correct...
    click the report button and a mod will change it for you
    put "deleted" the body of the old post then just post a whole new one
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    It was discussed here: https://forum.videohelp.com/threads/320309-Is-it-possible-to-edit-thread-titles-in-this...w-forum-system

    Seems to be stuck at a 30 day limit for members, but a Mod should be able to change it after that. I was able to change the title in a test thread from 2001.

    stiltman, I changed the thread title to ' New WD TV Live (WDTV v2) (Non Plus) '
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  4. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
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    I changed the title edit limit to 10 years.
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    That should be sufficient.
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  6. Thanks!

    I don't know baldrick, there's some 11 year old posts I want to dig up and change the title for
    tgpo famous MAC commercial, You be the judge?
    Originally Posted by jagabo
    I use the FixEverythingThat'sWrongWithThisVideo() filter. Works perfectly every time.
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