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Thread: What's the trick to making my thread titles BOLD?

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    Post What's the trick to making my thread titles BOLD?

    Hey Guys, I cannot seem to get any of my thread "titles" to appear in bold type? Any help would be much appreciated. I feel like the only kid on the block who doesn't know Thanks in advance.

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    Can't be done. They automatically appear bold to you if they contain posts you have not read.

    Out of curiosity, what do you have to say that needs a bold title?
    Chuck made me delete my signature. Care to explain why, Chuck? Lots of people asking.

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    Thank you John. I just noticed that this thread was "bold" like most people's but that the post I made about an hour ago in the Parts section for some Marelli distributors is not in bold font. I guess I just need to leave the edit icons alone and not use the "B" symbol.

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    You'll be happy to know that you're bold to me!

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    Chuck made me delete my signature. Care to explain why, Chuck? Lots of people asking.

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    Thank you. I noticed that. I accomplished it by default
    Sent you a PM

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    Afraid bold type won't help your cause much. Marelli distributors are harder to get rid of than old politicians.

    And like old politicians, most don't perform well.

    Good luck.

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