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    If you are told you have exceeded your six ads when you have only three up,whats the problem??

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    Do you have any archived ads and or do you have a continuous ad ie for honing going?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Castel33 View Post
    Do you have any archived ads and or do you have a continuous ad ie for honing going?
    Nothing continuous,several archived.

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    If they are recently archived you may need to wait out the amount of time you put the ad up for.

    I recently had this happen to me and I had to wait the time for the longest ad out. IE: I had four ads for 7 days, 1 for 15 days and 1 for 30 days. All sold with in 2 weeks. Before I could post anymore I had to wait for the 30 days was up to post a new ad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Castel33 View Post
    If they are recently archived you may need to wait out the amount of time you put the ad up for.

    I recently had this happen to me and I had to wait the time for the longest ad out. IE: I had four ads for 7 days, 1 for 15 days and 1 for 30 days. All sold with in 2 weeks. Before I could post anymore I had to wait for the 30 days was up to post a new ad.
    So do I need to wait (all mine are 15 days) for 15 days after they have sold and are in the archives?
    Am not understanding this

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    I don't think so I think it is 15 days from when you posted them. At least that is how I feel it ended up with me

    As I understand it this is a bug in the programming. It is known to the mods but not a top priority.

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    I've found that no matter what length of ad you chose they do not disappear any quicker. Usually around 30 days, give or take, from posting they will disappear.

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    Thats strange but i guess the way it works,back to the bay in the interim

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    At some point the software stops counting the sold/expired ads towards the limit. I'm afraid that if you want to know when that point is you'll have to disentangle the code that does it. I didn't care enough to do it myself, so I don't know the answer.
    In any case the classifieds is for occasional sales, not for running the equivalent of a storefront, so the incentive to change the current behavior isn't much.

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