you mean the thing that's done in every forum and the posts are simply deleted?
it was nice when people could throw in their two cents. but now, we have mr. psd just automatically closing everything. he would've closed that miller 64 complaint thread in three posts if he was going at this current rate during that period. and he didn't resolve it. the people complaining to wrigs did.
I don't know about any specific instances, but I think its a good idea to close the threads once a question is answered o perhaps there is no answer other than "we'll have to agree to disagree" such as is the case with some infractions.
But again, I don't know if this specifically refers to a thread or if its just in general.
The threads are closed once an issue has been resolved or a suggestion has been acknowledged. This practice will continue.
This forces someone with a new suggestion or technical issue to start a new thread. There were new issue posts getting lost on page 3 and 4 of older threads. Not to mention the constant trolling going on in here in the past after issues had already been dealt with.
Buckwheat, I am aware that you have issues with me closing threads and deleting off-topic posts...but it will continue.