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==Recycle Board==
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A recycle board is where topics or posts which have been deleted will automatically be stored.  If a forum does not have such a board then any topics or posts which are removed cannot be restored, unless a database backup contains the topics or posts which were deleted.
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Fréttinga is a small municipality in MungoLand, located on the BaMungo island.
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It hosts a population of about 400 people. It has some agriculture and fishing.
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Tourists like to visit it in the summer time.
  
To create a recycle board, please follow these steps:
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== Services ==
  
# Create a new [[{{Latest docs}}Boards|board]] that can only be viewed by administrators and moderators.
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It doesn't have many services. There is a shop and car ferry visits the island
# Go to ''Admin > Boards > [[SMF2.0:Boards#Settings|Settings]]'' and tick the box ''enable recycling of deleted topics''
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from mainland once a day.
# In the drop down menu which follows select the board that was created in step one and click save.
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Note that if an administrator, or moderator who has the delete permission for the recycle board, deletes a topic or post twice, it will be removed completely, thus bypassing the recycle board.  
 
 
 
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Any members who can view the recycle board and have the permission to move topics will see a restore link in the top right corner of the topic or post, alongside other moderation options.  Clicking this will return a topic or post to the board where it was originally posted.}}
 
 
 
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Latest revision as of 15:52, 18 March 2017

Fréttinga is a small municipality in MungoLand, located on the BaMungo island. It hosts a population of about 400 people. It has some agriculture and fishing. Tourists like to visit it in the summer time.

Services

It doesn't have many services. There is a shop and car ferry visits the island from mainland once a day.