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Just a thought, when a thread is locked and moved to a different forum, it would be nice (and ofcourse user friendly) to have a hyper link to location the thread is moved. In most case the moved thread just has the name of the forum it is moved to, which is acceptable, but a link could make navigation easy.
 
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yes it would but since the software doesn't support it that would mean that the moderator would have to do this:
1) add a note saying they are moving the thread
2) move the thread
3) find the thread in the new forum and get the URL
4) go back to the original thread
5) open that thread
6) add a note with the link to the new thread
7) close the thread
 
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