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Can I do this on Freeware D? #103095
12/26/00 05:40 PM
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Can I go into HTML and edit or delete a message with freeware D? If so, can I get directions?

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Re: Can I do this on Freeware D? #103096
12/27/00 01:44 AM
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It is possible to delete messages, but requires manual editing of files, and is not supported in this forum since it is not a feature of the UBB edition you have.

While you are not permitted to hack the freeware, the people in the "Code Hacking" forum may be able to tell you which files to edit to remove a thread. However, it is not something we generally recommend to newer users. Be careful.

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Re: Can I do this on Freeware D? #103097
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