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Hey   Oilfxpro and me have found a way to tick the 'Solutions' box on our own posts. Just open Community again in another web page and the option to click 'solution' appears. OFP has given himself 2 today already and I just gave myself 1.

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Hi caseynotes thanks for letting me know, I shall investigate. Obviously from the competition point of view I shall review all accepted solutions on a case by case basis. Thanks again. 

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Ha yes, no it was me that did that one while you were busy clicking all your own posts, still what's a little extra deceit. Have you got your  'Sterling Solutionist's badge yet?

 

 

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Surely JamesIG you are not considering either of us for this months competition, I've just been keeping oilfxpro occupied to give everyone else a fair run without being trolled.

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I don't need anything here I got my own identity and personality.BTW I am here only for the lulz.

 

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  I just noticed that the solution tab appears on all posts regardless of opening a new browser page on both the dax and eurusd thread, but not on other threads (that I have seen).

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Caseynotes wrote:

  I just noticed that the solution tab appears on all posts regardless of opening a new browser page on both the dax and eurusd thread, but not on other threads (that I have seen).

Thanks caseynotes - I have a meeting today to look into this. Thanks for the insight. 

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