I don't know if this has been asked or suggested in the past. I tried searching for an answer before I typed this, but the number of hits would take me all day (literally) to read through. So here it is. Is there a standard way of identifing threads that have had their question successfully answered without the mods having to read through each one individually to close it. This thread for example: http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/497566 This person asked a question and after receiving a suggestion, was able to work it out. Therefore, the thread could be closed. In other words, is there a system in place besides "reporting an offensive post" that identifies threads that could be closed and therefore help reduce the clutter in the sections. Maybe like a flagging system or something. I'm not "trying to play moderator", but it would seem that somesort of system would help the mods workload by not having to read through each and every thread. If I have overstepped my boundaries, my apologies. Sorry if this seems confusing. Trust me, it sounded better in my head, but was "lost in translation" between there and my fingers.