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EFEKT_Studio says

Maybe choose something in between “Solved” and “Locked” For example – “Solcked”? ))

Or Lockved?

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SubsonicDesign says

In my opinion “solved” shouldn’t be written on the post title because for example those “(locked)” texts make it harder to read the titles. There should be some kind of icon or graphical sign if the thread had a question or a problem and it’s was solved. Locking threads makes the forum look a bit undfriendly and I personally love to bump four years old threads ;) (joking!)

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