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    Question There could be a change in time schedulled

    There could be a change in time schedulled upon participant's request and circumstances.

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    Re: Simple question

    Welcome to the forum Garam.

    You haven't actually asked a question.

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    Re: There could be a change in time schedulled

    Garam, I have changed your thread title. Titles should include some/all of the words you are querying. Despite your original title, you haven't asked us a question.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Red face Re: There could be a change in time schedulled

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    Garam, I have changed your thread title. Titles should include some/all of the words you are querying. Despite your original title, you haven't asked us a question.
    Sorry I didn't entitle my thread. Actually I just asked if there are errors in the sentence I wrote. lol

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    Re: There could be a change in time schedulled

    Why can't I see my threads?? I see only a message saying that I don't have a permission. What should I do?!

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    Re: There could be a change in time schedulled

    Note the spelling of scheduled

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    Re: There could be a change in time schedulled

    Quote Originally Posted by Garam View Post
    Why can't I see my threads?? I see only a message saying that I don't have a permission. What should I do?!
    Posts that contain links have to be approved to stop spam and advertising until a member has posted ten times. Quoting text is a link, so the posts went into moderation. It is not very convenient, but without such measures the war against spam would be much harder. You can see your posts now.

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    Re: There could be a change in time schedulled

    Quote Originally Posted by Garam View Post
    Why can't I see my threads?? I see only a message saying that I don't have a permission. What should I do?!
    You have only started one thread. You have written three posts in that thread. Because you are a new member, each post goes into moderation and has to be approved by a moderator before it can be seen. We have already approved your first three posts. (Cross-posted with Tdol.)

    With your original sentence, do you mean something like "The schedule might be changed based on a participant's request or individual circumstances".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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