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riverblanche



Member Since: 11 Apr 2019
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How To edit your "for sale" ads when Sold

Hi,
new to this side of live, as looking for a FL2 Whistle (seems about a week to late for Iaint's 2010 Big Cry )

and hoping this works the same way as on D3/RRS Question

If you edit your original post and change the wording inside the brackets on the title eg from (for Sale) to (SOLD) it then changers the it from Green to Grey (see Iaint's post) Thumbs Up

it makes it a lot easier to read through and I could have gone to bed a lot earlier Laughing instead of reading to the end of a for sale post to then read "now sold" Thud

just a thought Thumbs Up hope I am still welcomed

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westville



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Good advice always welcomed Thumbs Up even if you were a D3 Whistle
Will be moving my car on in May 2013MY Fuji White GS

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riverblanche



Member Since: 11 Apr 2019
Location: Retford'ish
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Hi,
looking at 2008 to 2015 but it will be a High miler at the newer end of things at least twice yours I think Big Cry

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