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MTS Movie Night #2 - posted on 10th Aug 2017 at 2:58 PM
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Test Subject
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#1 Old 26th Jul 2017 at 11:11 AM
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Hey, i realise my account is only 2 days old, but i have researched the forums for my suggestion but from my knowledge i haven't found it, so please correct me if i'm wrong

I'm a student and earlier this year i did work experience at a games and QA tests company, while i was there i used a website similar to this in that i would read posts and try to solve them, i'm not sure if there already
is a section for this, but as i was scrolling through the Help~ section of posts, i found that some of the posts were already answered and complete.

I just wondered if it would be possible, or helpful to move a post once answered to a new section for complete and finished posts.
An alternative would be for a moderator just to state that the thread is complete.

(I'm really sorry if what I'm suggesting is already taking place or i am wrong in what i have said) Thanks.
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Test Subject
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#2 Old 26th Jul 2017 at 11:27 AM
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I was just looking through threads again and i think there is a section for solved/answered problem, (im really sorry for this)

I may be wrong, ill have to do more research?
Née whiterider
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#3 Old 26th Jul 2017 at 12:45 PM
It's up to users to mark their threads as complete in those sections - of course, many people don't do so.

What I lack in decorum, I make up for with an absence of tact.
One horse disagreer of the Apocalypse
#4 Old 26th Jul 2017 at 2:38 PM
Oh? I wasn't aware there was a tagging option for that either. I need to look more carefully at these things!

"You can do refraction by raymarching through the depth buffer" (c. Reddeyfish 2017)
Née whiterider
staff: administrator
#5 Old 26th Jul 2017 at 3:04 PM
It's one of the thread categories

What I lack in decorum, I make up for with an absence of tact.
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