I read the rules for moving your listing back up to the "beginning of the list" after a week or so from the original listing. The process is as clear as "mud".  What are the steps as in step 1. step 2, step 3, etc.?

Thank you for suggestions...much appreciated.

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I can tell you from past experience that when I'm looking to buy, I search through about 5-6 pages. Don't sweat the bumping so much. They run a forum for trains and not an auction site, so wait a week or so, change the price, or just wait it out.

I re-read the instructions. Pretty clear. Copy and paste in 24 hrs is not  allowed. After a week for sale, then you can.

Good luck with the sale.

USMC 1966-69

I think you got the drift.  Highlight the text and pictures, the right-click and select "copy".

Then start a new post.  Instead of starting to type a new message in the body of the post, simply right-click and then select "paste".  That should immediately pop everything you copied into the new post.  You can then go through and make any necessary changes if so desired.  Once you're satisfied, click on "post new message" (or whatever the heck it says), and lo & behold - a new post!

Note:  Whatever you copy, will be there forever.  You can "paste" the same thing over and over and over again, until you get tired of it.  Then, if you copy something else, it simply replaces your previous "copy" with the new "copy".  Your previous copy is now gone, and now, you have a new copy that you can "paste" to your heart's content.  Lather, rinse, repeat.  Not a big deal.  You'll get the hang of it! 

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GVDobler posted:

I can tell you from past experience that when I'm looking to buy, I search through about 5-6 pages. Don't sweat the bumping so much. They run a forum for trains and not an auction site, so wait a week or so, change the price, or just wait it out.

I re-read the instructions. Pretty clear. Copy and paste in 24 hrs is not  allowed. After a week for sale, then you can.

Good luck with the sale.

This is exactly correct!!  The OP must have mud on his glasses....I made the rules about as clear as I could and it appears that all of the responses here understood them....well...except for the OP and PRR1950...

Alan Arnold
CEO/Publisher
O Gauge Railroading magazine
adman@ogaugerr.com
800-980-OGRR (6477)

PRR1950 posted:

You are allowed one listing of "For Sale" stuff per 24 hour period.  Simply copy your old listing into a new post and the 24 hour period starts again.

Chuck

Nope...this is not allowed!  You can post new items 24 hours apart but a previous day listing is not allowed to be copy and posted again the next day.  If we learn that is happening, the posters privileges will be suspended in the for sale/trade forum.

Alan Arnold
CEO/Publisher
O Gauge Railroading magazine
adman@ogaugerr.com
800-980-OGRR (6477)

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