Or, why is SaltyBanana closing topics prior to 30 days after the last reply?
Probably because they didn’t adhere to the posting guidelines:
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Moderators and Brave Staff have the extremely annoying habit of closing threads to prevent people from confirming their issues were fixed.
U can press “solution” on mod reply and everything is clear for you and for others people that your problem has been fixed
You can’t do that in closed threads. I know it because I tried.
I find it annoying when people try to be smart-alecky and don’t address the question. Take a look at this one (which isn’t mine) and explain how you apply your non-answer to it.
I think everyone here needs to slow their roll a bit.
@LenC My answer was an honest one – we go through so many threads every day that the time it takes to ask users the same questions they could have answered if they would have filled out the template in the editor initially adds up very quickly, yet it still happens all the time. So that was the most likely answer in earnest – apologies for the confusion.
This is what a “smart-alecky” answer looks like
And I too do not appreciate it at all.
And to answer your question again, in earnest, I’m not sure why the thread was closed – I will ask them about it and in the meantime the thread has been re-opened.
Thanks for the information. I am curious, though, what harm it does to leave a thread open and let the system close it 30 days after the last reply. Even if it’s somewhat of a duplicate thread, what’s the harm? Apparently, SOMEONE thinks that’s the thread to go to for answers. Are you running out of storage space?