Dusting-off old threads.....

  Mr Mistoffelees 19:20 01 Apr 2008

e.g. click here

Why provide an answer to a thread more than two years late?

  anskyber 19:30 01 Apr 2008

It's the old good news/bad news.

It's good people are using the now much better site search facility. It can however lead to some ignoring or missing the dates, I have noticed a few of these old timers recently. The worrying thing is I can remember them from the first time around.

  HighTower 19:39 01 Apr 2008

Simple mistake, I doubt he noticed and probably thought he was making a useful contribution to the forum.

  Totally-braindead 19:59 01 Apr 2008

I doubt he didn't notice. Lets face it the threads so old he must have done quite a bit of searching to find it. Its a simple mistake if you look at the Forum and the threads there and you don't notice the dates. But if the last post was 2 years ago or so you have to search to find it and if you do that surely you would look at the date..........

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 20:13 01 Apr 2008

If it had been posted before 12 00 today, I would have thought....

  Brumas 22:31 01 Apr 2008

I only hope someone comes up with an answer to some of our unsolved puzzles - 2 years or longer, doesn't really matter ;o))

  Forum Editor 23:25 01 Apr 2008

It's not really a matter that warrants a new thread, is it?

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