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  • I posted a forum question and received one reply. The reply included a numbered list of 8 things to try. I responded to the 8 points in several different replies to my post. Plus, I later thought I might have solved the issue and replied with that information. Then realized I was wrong, and replied again.

    A moderator got involved and told me “do not bump”. I’m new to this forum and I had not encountered that term before.

    Now I have additional information about my original (unresolved) issue, but I’m afraid to add another reply to my post! I have not heard from anyone other than the first response with the 8 points, and the moderator’s admonition.

    What do you recommend I do?

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  • Moderator Steven Stern (sterndata)


    Volunteer Forum Moderator

    I don’t see any “do not bump” messages on your topics. Generally, we drop a “bumper” message if you reply with “Anyone there?” or “I’ve been waiting for X minutes” or something like that. Your account is not flagged to be modwatched nor are there any back-end notes, so reply to your topics if you have something to add to the conversation.

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