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Discussion in 'iPad 2 Forum' started by cruiser111, Dec 14, 2013.

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    This is the iPad 2 forum. Often related threads are moved to another forum. For example, a recent thread talking about problems with iOS 7 on the iPad 2 disappeared from here and was moved to another forum dicussing iOS 7 on all devices. The thread in question was related to the iPad2! Why move it to a universal iOS 7 thread?

    In my opinion, this happens to too many threads in this forum. For that reason, find myself visiting here less often.
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    This is something you would have to take up with the administrators. Moderators move threads around if they believe it necessary or desirable, and leave a redirect in place of the original thread. This usually expires after a preset interval of time, to allow people time to see where the thread was moved to.

    If you believe a thread has been moved which would have been better left in it's original place, a PM to Leelai, Col.bris or mwhartman would be in order.

    Since we normally do not discuss forum business in the public threads, I'm going to close this thread, and suggest that you contact one of the administrators I mentioned, who will deal with it. Moderators are not infallible, and work with the best interests of the membership at heart, so if we are making mistakes we want to hear about them.

    Thanks for bringing this up.
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