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Managing PM's

Post by Megamixer » Wed Jul 24, 2013 2:58 pm

Cleared out my inbox again yesterday and...am I just being thick or is there no option to mark everything in one go to delete? I keep having to check every single bloody box next to each message and I'm left wondering if there's a secret option somewhere.

Also, is it possible to delete a message while you have it open rather than exiting it, checking the box, scrolling to the bottom and then selecting 'delete marked', then pressing 'Go' and then confirming it?

I dunno; it all just seems very backwards and needlessly lengthy for what should be easy processes.
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Re: Managing PM's

Post by dste » Wed Jul 24, 2013 6:09 pm

You know I love ya so I say this in complete friendliness that yes, unless there is something wrong with your PM settings, you are being thick. :D :lol:

If you go to the bottom of the screen and just above where it tells you how many messages you have there will be Mark all • Unmark all.

For your second point, when in a message there should/will be two buttons within the post, quote and delete which is an X.
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Re: Managing PM's

Post by Megamixer » Wed Jul 24, 2013 6:12 pm

Yeah, just noticed those little link things benath the drop-down :oops:

This isn't my best moment it has to be said :lol: :oops:
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