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[quote:TrixieMama:MV8xNTk3MzY0XzI2Mzk2Nzg4XzJFMDUzQkFD] [quote:ChunkyMonkey] [quote:TrixieMama] [quote:ChunkyMonkey] When you push 'pin' on the right of the page, what does that do? Just sends an anonymous suggestion to pin that thread right? And is there a page of any sort where you can see the pins you've suggested to pin or unpin? I'm just curious cause I accidentally suggested a pin on a thread that definitely doesn't need one. It doesn't matter really, just curious if there was a way I could cancel my pin suggestion. I'm thinking it doesn't work that way though. [/quote] The one on the right simply sends a msg to mods asking for a pin. I think when enough are placed you get a pin. If you want to use your karma points to pin yourself or someone else, you go to the left welcome box and click on *your karma* then click on redeem karma and then click global pin. It will confirm your request and put a global pin in your *bank*. Then you can either pin your own thread or another persons in the box under their avatar in their thread. As for seeing what pins you have suggested, I don't believe you can do that. Good luck :) [/quote] Ok, thank you very much. I was just curious if there was a way to cancel a pin suggestion, but you answered my question I think. I had just accidentally pushed 'pin' on some violent thread and I didn't want to be associated with that. [/quote] No love, no way to cancel one. It balances out though because if you thought it wasn't a good thread then someone else will too and click it ;) [/quote]
When you push 'pin' on the right of the page, what does that do? Just sends an anonymous suggestion to pin that thread right?
And is there a page of any sort where you can see the pins you've suggested to pin or unpin?
I'm just curious cause I accidentally suggested a pin on a thread that definitely doesn't need one. It doesn't matter really, just curious if there was a way I could cancel my pin suggestion. I'm thinking it doesn't work that way though.
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