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How to replace the keyword?

 
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:?:I found that there is a table named 'jforum-words' in the DB but It did not replace the word consisted in 'jforum-words' when I released a new tpoic .How to replace the keyword?thankX!
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The verision of JForum is 2.1.6
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We're not using it currently. This is planed for some future version.

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Thanks!
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i want to know if now latest beta releases have this function ?
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Nope.

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