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    HELP! Locked threads

    I been trying searches for various things and have found almost all the threads that are pulled up are locked for me. Why would this be happening? Please help!

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    Threads go inactive 90 days after the last post.

    So any thread which has run its course or that no one is posting to is closed.
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    Thanks!!!

    Thanks for that info, guess to find my answers I'll have to make a new thread.

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    That is what we usually suggest. A new thread will usually generate more interest than resurrecting an old one.

    It is quite common for interest in a topic to be cyclic. It will be popular for a while and then fade away for a while only to become popular again two or three years later. We have seen this happen many times. It is one of the advantages of a forum with a long history.

    X Marks is actually approaching a time that we are seeing a second generation of kilt wearers. A few of our members today are the sons of some of our original members.
    Last edited by Steve Ashton; 11th February 17 at 10:28 AM.
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