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    Hi I have a post that has come up as unapproved - I think I refreshed the page while editing and is now seems stuck, can anyone advise on how I contact a moderator please?

    All the best Stew.

    #2
    It happens now and again.

    They will probably see this post anyway, but you could send a message to 'Moderator2' using the message option the the top right of forum (next to your username).

    Just say that one of your posts has been moderated whilst editing and ask for it to be approved.

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      #3
      great thanks very much I will try that

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        #4
        Use the 'Flag' option for any post in the thread, doesn't matter which one, say that you have an unapproved post in the thread. That should be the easiest way for you to get the message to me.
        I also post as Mars_Mug when not moderating

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          #5
          I've not had one moderated myself for a while, but I certainly make a mental note of that.

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