How does a question gets marked as "SOLVED"  [SOLVED]

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How does a question gets marked as "SOLVED"

Postby vcf » Wed Nov 22, 2017 7:17 am

Hi all out there,

sorry in case I'd waste your time, but cannot find an answer via search.

How does an answer gets marked as "SOLVED" - don't find any button
to do it my own. Moderator does?!?

Thanks a lot - Regards - Volker

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Re: How does a question gets marked as "SOLVED"

Postby doublemax » Wed Nov 22, 2017 7:47 am

When you're logged and in a thread that you created, you should see some icons in the upper right corner of each post. The last one of them looks like a checkmark and says "Accept this answer". Click that for the post that helped you the most.
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Re: How does a question gets marked as "SOLVED"

Postby vcf » Wed Nov 22, 2017 9:05 am

Hi - me again,

sorry, but in an other topic I asked I don't have any "checkbox" in the answers so I could
mark the issue as solved.

Reason(s)?!?

Thanks a lot - Regards - Volker

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Re: How does a question gets marked as "SOLVED"  [SOLVED]

Postby PB » Wed Nov 22, 2017 9:36 am

If you mean the "WIN10 mingw32 gcc 7.2.0 wxWidgets makefile build problem" thread, you started the thread with as a different user (vcfbauplusfe). As doublemax wrote, only the thread starter can mark the thread as solved.

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Re: How does a question gets marked as "SOLVED"

Postby vcf » Wed Nov 22, 2017 4:33 pm

Hi all,
Hi PB,

sorry - had difficult day ... forgot that I started the thread with another account.

Thanks a lot - Regards - Volker


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