Where to request threads to be unarchived?

Diablos97

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I'm just not sure where to request it, as one of the threads I had to find through "Content You Follow" that I made, and two tutorial threads that I strongly feel should be restored as they're two-part guides to Switches and Variables in VX Ace.

So.. help? Or do I paste the URLs here?
 

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The easiest way to get them unarchived is to report them. An admin will take a look and get it unarchived. :)
 

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Are they your threads that you'd like reopened so you can edit them? If so I'd say PM the link to a moderator and ask them, or since you already made this post I'd say add them here.

If not, and you just want someone else's thread reopened so you can add a question or clarification I think they would prefer you should probably just make a new thread
 

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Unfortunately, archived topics have no report button...
Aye, that's the case with me.

My thread, though solved, but helpful for others maybe?:

http://forums.rpgmakerweb.com/index.php?/topic/1413-request-phoenix-sprite-edited-to-fit-ace/

The tutorials, which I found saved me a LOT of trouble in the past, and no alternative thread seems to exists that's stickied:

http://forums.rpgmakerweb.com/index.php?/topic/348-switches-and-variables-part-one/

http://forums.rpgmakerweb.com/index.php?/topic/494-switches-and-variables-part-two/
 

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Threads that are archived, that can be unarchived, are long-lasting threads, like scripts and tutorials. Requests normally aren't unarchived, because once they're resolved, they're meant to be closed. If someone else wants something similar, they are expected to make their own request.


Are archived threads included in search results? That's the only reason I can think of for having requests unarchived.
 

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Threads that are archived, that can be unarchived, are long-lasting threads, like scripts and tutorials. Requests normally aren't unarchived, because once they're resolved, they're meant to be closed. If someone else wants something similar, they are expected to make their own request.

Are archived threads included in search results? That's the only reason I can think of for having requests unarchived.
Not for the forum search, but on Google yes.

Anyway, I understand about the requests. Thanks for your guys' help!
 

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