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  1. One of my topics disappeared while I was responding to a question and when an administrator tried correcting the problem they accidentally merged it with another one of my topics. The topic which disappeared was about setting the path to config.php when it's in another folder. I temporarily posted a 2nd time about this in order to respond to the members who had been in the middle of helping me (the link to the 2nd posting is http://forums.phpfreaks.com/topic/271845-correct-way-to-set-path-to-configphp-in-another-folder/ ). That was then merged with: http://forums.phpfreaks.com/topic/271838-how-do-i-get-salt-when-its-in-the-configphp-file/ Can they be unmerged? If not, can you delete the posts? It's way too confusing for anyone trying to help me figure out a solution (let alone someone who's trying to read it in the future ;-) )
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