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Moving a Post (Read 1598 times)
Moving a Post  {yabbadmin}
There are instructions in the Help section of every YaBB forum, explaining each command and it's use.

 The only problem with versions of YaBB before Y2.3 is each command must be performed individually, where now there is a javascript to do it all from one screen.

First you will have to use the Split command, to cut the reply from the thread, IF there are Posts below this particular Post you just cut from the original thread, you'll have to Split again to remove those under this post.
Returning (if you had to Split again other Posts) to the Reply you want to move to another thread, use the Command Splice.  This will allow you to "Select" the thread you want to attach this particular Post/Reply to.  That's Finished.
BUT if there were Posts/replies you had to remove from the Post Split, you will now have to return to that Post(s) and using the Splice command again, reattach it to the original thread.
 

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