Essentials thread first post disappeared

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May 22, 2009
  1. deathfisaro
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    I'm maintaining the essentials page for PS3 here: http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=62080

    My list disappeared, and Turmoil's votes became the first post so it looks like his inputs are the essentials list.
    I noticed some garbage posts in the thread have disappeared, but my list may have been disposed by accident along with them.

    Can I ask to have my list recovered as the very first post?
    Thanks in advance.

    P.S. I don't know when it disappeared. Some time between Apr 23rd and today and judging from tom9927's post, very probably between Apr 23rd and May 20th.
     
  2. sekhu

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    costello said that a million posts had been removed to make the site faster, so it's probably one in that million that got removed, perhaps? They will return, but when I don't know. PS2 essentials is missing the first pages too
     
  3. deathfisaro
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    Ah, I missed the notice because I'm out of the country and logging in rarely these days. I thought it was just the PS3 list. Thanks for the reply, I'll just wait.
     
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    The only temporary soultion I could think of would be to use your backup list (if you have one) and create a new thread. The original can be locked until all the posts are restored and from there, we can merge both threads together (in chronological order of course).
     

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