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A question about the whole "bumping" thing

Discussion in 'Newcomer Forum' started by Magi, Apr 18, 2008.

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  1. Magi

    Magi IncGamers Member

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    A question about the whole "bumping" thing

    Here's an excerpt from the trade rules that is a sticky in the USEast Trade Forum

    I'm just trying to make sure I understand it completely:
    1. After 24 hours, I can repost the entirety of my thread as a new thread. For example: If I create a Trade thread but I don't include any prices and it's not going over to well...I can create an identical thread 24 hours later and add the prices?

    2. After 48 hours, I can type the word "bump" in an existing trade thread and bring it back to the top of the trade subforum?

    Thanks.
     
  2. krischan

    krischan Europe Trade Moderator

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    Re: A question about the whole "bumping" thing

    It's better to send a PM to gorash to get a proper answer. People here (including me) might have a different interpretation than those who are actually deciding what's a bump and what isn't.

    In general: If it might be a bump, then consider it as being one unless you heard otherwise from gorash US East), Shaperla (US West), Xora or me (Europe), ZappaFan (Hardcore) or Thyiad or Cattleya (single-player).

    BTW, if you see a bumped thread, report it ("!" button to the right top of the posting) instead of replying with a lecture about it, that's better for the peace of the forums :wink3:
     
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    Gorny Banned

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    Re: A question about the whole "bumping" thing

    I'm in agreement with Krischan's post, and since this is better suited to a PM, the thread will now close.
     
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