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I posted a question and while editing it, the screen blinked and I didn't realize it posted.
Then I hit "post"

And now there's two.. one with an error log attachment and one without.

I went to the edit button which says "edit/delete"

But there's no delete post option that I see after I click it, just edit the post.
I don't want to clog the board, and I DO want to remove my duplicate that doesn't have the error log.
help?

I think it's the 1's & 0's that are bringin' me down...
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Just send a PM (Private Message) to a moderator or admin. Check here for a list.
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Just report the post with the exclamation point icon in the thread/post that you are concerned with.

We have a few members who think that it's best to have their thread deleted, after their post has been answered. We also don't add this feature for many other reasons too.
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