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Mikemc
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Posted: 2nd Nov 2016 06:54
When I try to edit one of my posts, then click 'Edit Post' to finalize the changes, the post is deleted.
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Belidos
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Posted: 2nd Nov 2016 15:55
I don't think it's deleting the posts, you are a new user and your posts have to be approved for a period of time. Editing a post puts it back into the approval queue so it's not visible until it's approved again.

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Posted: 5th Nov 2016 13:38
Belidos is correct you are a new user until you have 3 approved posts your posts will require approval by staff before they can be seen. That 3 includes ones you edit for if you have 3 posts but you edit one it will count as having only 2 approved so your edited post would need approving.

Hope that makes sense.
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synchromesh
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Posted: 8th Nov 2016 23:05 Edited at: 8th Nov 2016 23:06
Which also means I will not approve 2 of them ( being duplicate ) putting you back to square one ...
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Jerry Tremble
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Posted: 9th Nov 2016 01:24
BTW, welcome aboard! Looking forward to reading your posts!
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