I posted a response to a forum thread but it turned pink! All that's there now is my response and I don't see the OP. Anyone know what happened? Would that be because the OP deleted it after posting? How?
A pink header indicates a locked thread. This is when admin closes a topic that somehow violates the forum rules.
If the original post is deleted, that's another indication of a problem.
Thanks relache. I didn't see anything in the post that would indicate the problem but after looking to try to find the reason, I went back to the post and saw that it was locked.
i saw that. only on my screen it is red. and it was on a forum post about vegetarian food ideas.
thanks for asking, i was wondering that too.
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