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Default How to delete a post after "Edit" box disappears?

If I want to delete a post I made to a thread but the "Edit" button is no longer there how may I procede?
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If I want to delete a post I made to a thread but the "Edit" button is no longer there how may I procede?
I'd say your best bet is to contact the Mod for that particular forum. Otherwise you're pretty much outta luck. :\
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If you wish to have a post deleted after the edit period has expired, please send an email to: [email protected]

As a general practice, mods don't delete posts upon request, so be very careful before you press save and make sure what you wrote will withstand the test of time.

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