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    Renaming a thread

    It is possible to rename a thread isn't it? I've seen people mention renaming threads before and I think I even ran across the directions once. I can't find them now. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
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    Re: Renaming a thread

    Go the advanced editor for the first post and change the title there.
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    Re: Renaming a thread

    Jblizzle you are on top of it today!
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