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New regulations mean foreigners are excluded from public schools in Taiwan

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Re: New regulations mean foreigners are excluded from public schools in Taiwan

Postby Icon » 26 Jul 2016, 23:02

Liam Og wrote:If you look back a couple of posts there is one where I changed the topic title. But it only applied to that one post. It didn't change the whole thread.
Icon wrote:
Liam Og wrote:See it only edited the topic on that one post. The thread stayed the same, and the first post doesn't have an edit option


Eh, I don't understand what you mean. I see no changes. But you told me you couldn't change it?

For future reference, if you change the title in your first post as OP, it changes the rest.

Oh well, leave it the mods.


Sigh. It doesn't work if you change one random post. It has to be the first one you, as OP, wrote.

But as Tommy explained, and I told you before, your original first post is too old to be changed anymore.
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Re: New regulations mean foreigners are excluded from public schools in Taiwan

Postby Liam Og » 26 Jul 2016, 23:16

I know
Icon wrote:
Liam Og wrote:If you look back a couple of posts there is one where I changed the topic title. But it only applied to that one post. It didn't change the whole thread.
Icon wrote:
Liam Og wrote:See it only edited the topic on that one post. The thread stayed the same, and the first post doesn't have an edit option


Eh, I don't understand what you mean. I see no changes. But you told me you couldn't change it?

For future reference, if you change the title in your first post as OP, it changes the rest.

Oh well, leave it the mods.


Sigh. It doesn't work if you change one random post. It has to be the first one you, as OP, wrote.

But as Tommy explained, and I told you before, your original first post is too old to be changed anymore.
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Re: New regulations mean foreigners are excluded from public schools in Taiwan

Postby Liam Og » 26 Jul 2016, 23:16

Sigh
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