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  1. Shed Man's Avatar Active Member
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    Hi Folks
    I have started a thread on my build of the F2 racer. The thread is now starting to get quite long and my question is how do you split this over multiple pages or is this something that happens automatically when the thread gets to a certain length?
    Graham
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  2. Egon's Avatar Moderator
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    No, it goes on forever, page 25481 but you could start a new one F2 Racer 2.edition or year 2017 if you like.
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  3. Shed Man's Avatar Active Member
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    Egon thanks. I dont think I described the issue correctly. However looking at a number of other long threads it seems that once the number of posts gets to 80 a new page is started. If an individual post is very long with lots of photos then the actual HTML page will get very big, it seems to make sense therefore to break up a post into smallish chunks to avoid this.
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  4. Egon's Avatar Moderator
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    Try to ask Daniel SMC in a personel message, I havn't seen any thread split up.
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