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How to NOT merge replies

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57 minutes ago, I Am A Swede said:

Slow down the speed with which you post. If you post multiple times in the same thread too fast your posts will merge.

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Or wait until someone else posts a reply or another post, which is generally the right way to do it. 

 

I get it. I just posted an apology for a double post, which was merged into a triple post with the two posts before.  *dumbass award to ME today*

 

I guess my message is be patient. Post what you want in a single post and wait for someone else to reply to it. Or if you think of something else that's relevant to that post, you can edit that post using the edit button. I know you're eager and I know how that feels, especially since I'm a new fan of long-established soaps thanks to YouTube, Donna, but try to exercise some patience and wait for others to engage in your talking points. 

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52 minutes ago, katie_9918 said:

Or wait until someone else posts a reply or another post, which is generally the right way to do it. 

 

I get it. I just posted an apology for a double post, which was merged into a triple post with the two posts before.  *dumbass award to ME today*

 

I guess my message is be patient. Post what you want in a single post and wait for someone else to reply to it. Or if you think of something else that's relevant to that post, you can edit that post using the edit button. I know you're eager and I know how that feels, especially since I'm a new fan of long-established soaps thanks to YouTube, Donna, but try to exercise some patience and wait for others to engage in your talking points. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

thank you!

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