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Changing the subject line
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Posted on 31-05-2006 07:44
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Is it a good idea to change the subject of a thread afterwards if it is incorrect or otherwise wrong, for example - I used "Syrphidae sp?", but it was about a different family or when I used "Unknown diptera" because I didn't know better!?
 
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It is certainly a good idea (that has been proposed before) but I leave it to the original posters to do it. Otherwise I will have a day job doing just that. Wink
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Ok, Paul, will do.
 
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How do I change the Subject title of a Post?
 
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You should be able to do that by editing the first post of the thread, as long as it is you who started the thread.
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Thanks Paul.
 
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