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    Default How to remove tags from a post

    Hi.

    Is it possible to remove tags from a post ?

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    Default Re: How to remove tags from a post

    interzoneuk,

    > Is it possible to remove tags from a post ?


    When you're reading a post, the tags show at the bottom. On the far right
    of the tag list, there is a link to edit the tags and tags can be
    edited/removed there.

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    Default Re: How to remove tags from a post (solved)

    thanks for that

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    Default Re: How to remove tags from a post

    i don't see any tags anywhere...what am i missing?

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    Default Re: How to remove tags from a post

    Quote Originally Posted by DenverD View Post
    i don't see any tags anywhere...what am i missing?
    See attached
    To be is to do = Immanuel Kant
    To do is to be = Descartes.
    Do be do be do = Frank Sinatra

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    Default Re: How to remove tags from a post

    > See attached
    > +----------------------------------------------------------------------+
    > |Filename: snapshot11.jpg |
    > |Download: http://forums.opensuse.org/attachmen...tachmentid=601 |
    > +----------------------------------------------------------------------+


    as you can see from the image i get a redirect loop at that URL, and i
    have cookies enabled, so??

    http://img196.imageshack.us/img196/6...directloop.png

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    Default Re: How to remove tags from a post

    Weird, works fine for me in knode & Seamonkey. Gimme a mo & i'll try FF

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    Default Re: How to remove tags from a post

    Ok, tried in Seamonkey,Firefox,Konqueror,Opera,Flock & it worked fine. It may do the recurring loop if you are not logged in via a web-browser

    Andy
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    goldie NNTP User

    Default Re: How to remove tags from a post

    > It may do the recurring loop if you are not logged in via a web-browser

    hmmm...that was it, apparently one *must* be logged in to the web side
    in order to see attachments..

    but, does it make sense that only signed in *members* of the web forum
    can see such?

    (and, by the way, the tags section is still not available to me, even
    when signed in...but that is being discussed in a different thread [in
    suggestions on support forums]...no need to reply here)

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    Default Re: How to remove tags from a post

    goldie adjusted his/her AFDB on Saturday 08 Aug 2009 07:00 to write:

    >> It may do the recurring loop if you are not logged in via a web-browser

    >
    > hmmm...that was it, apparently one *must* be logged in to the web side
    > in order to see attachments..
    >
    > but, does it make sense that only signed in *members* of the web forum
    > can see such?


    Now being an nntp user like you goldie I am not 100% sure but I think the
    reason that they only show up for logged in peeps is so not just anyone has
    the power to use them which will prevent drivebys, also it means the logged
    in can be logged just in case anything nefarious goes on.

    But Knowing me I am probably way off mark here

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