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How to undo Resolved button on my previous post in careers?

gola manadi
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Joined: Apr 24, 2013
Posts: 4


I pressed "resolved" button by mistake, now i want to undo it how can i do it??

my question is in careers-->Discussion--> Change in Career
Jesper de Jong
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I just looked at the post and it's not marked as resolved. Maybe someone else already unmarked it.


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Henry Wong
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Joined: Sep 28, 2004
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It is not marked as resolved, but there is a request for it to be as such. I just removed the request, as requested ...

Henry


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gola manadi
Greenhorn

Joined: Apr 24, 2013
Posts: 4
Hi Henry
thanks, for undo..
As I am new to this site, may I know how long will it take to get a reply in careers.
I could find that more number of visitors are there for that post but no one has replied to my query..
Henry Wong
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gola manadi wrote:Hi Henry
thanks, for undo..
As I am new to this site, may I know how long will it take to get a reply in careers.
I could find that more number of visitors are there for that post but no one has replied to my query..



First of all, this is a volunteer site. No one (even the moderators) gets paid to answer any questions. We answer questions because we like to. So... please do not expect any question to get answered in any timely manner. Or even if at all.

The best you can do is this....

http://www.coderanch.com/how-to/java/HowToAskQuestionsOnJavaRanch

Sometimes the difference between a question being answered, or not, is as simple as the amount of details, or the phrasing, or the fact that the OP is nicer, etc. In other words, help your fellow ranchers help you.

Henry
 
 
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