17 December 2012
I have a message appearing telling me that a topic I opened 4 weeks ago, with a specific question, has been moved to a topic that the only entry in it, other than my response telling the poster it already existed, just has the opening entry - which just lists song titles rather than versions. I would ask you to look at the threads and maybe rename my thread, but make mine the thread. For instance, in their list of things they'd like to hear other versions of, they say Revolution . In my opening I name Revolution [take 20] as one of the great unreleased Beatles tracks. This message appears to be telling me a specific question I asked "Best remaining unreleased Beatles performances" four weeks ago is trumped by a fantasy that doesn't point to any outtake in particular, just asks wouldn't you like to hear an alternate of this or that, and was only posted yesterday. Maybe I posted it in the wrong place, and should have placed it where Beatles in the Blood has, and under the name he used, but I still think mine is the better topic. Sorry to complain so, but I just don't think my specific question should be shunted aside for a fantasy list.
17 December 2012
I have the pop-up again. It appears above the "Search", "New/Recently Updated Topics" and "Select Forum" boxes. This time it reads:
"A topic of yours was moved to The Beatles Are Back - New EP for the world's greatest band. Release date: January 27, 2013 (Remove Notice)"
What does this mean?
14 April 2010
I see those as well from time-to-time. If I haven't been on for a few days, there could be a huge list of them. Right now I have one that says:
'A user has edited the post You've Got To Hide Your Love Away (Remove Notice)'
It is highlighted in a muted tan color. I don't think they really mean anything and discovered that if you click on the '(Remove Notice)' text, it deletes it.
Hope that helps.
To the fountain of perpetual mirth, let it roll for all its worth. And all the children boogie.