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By Cinefactus, in 'Latin to English Translation', Apr 17, 2014.

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  1. Cinefactus Censor

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    You will not be able to delete your thread once you have created it. Your threads will be indexed on Google. People will be able to find your translation.

    If for some reason you wish to keep your translation private, you should use a paid translation service.

    Please see our Terms of Service for more details.
  2. Iohannes Aurum Technicus Auxiliarius

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    Be warned that I will not accept any deletion request and neither would other mods and admins. We will also not accept requests to be banned, especially if the person requesting a ban does so in good faith.

    Oh, and archive.org also keeps records of all forum posts written on this website as well. Thank you.
    Last edited by Iohannes Aurum, Apr 17, 2014
  3. Iohannes Aurum Technicus Auxiliarius

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    A Note on Deleting Your Own Posts after a Translation is Complete:

    Deleting your own posts in your thread is very inconsiderate to those who help translate your request. They spent much of their time helping you and they often have very busy lives, so please be grateful. As Cinefactus said, if you want to keep your translation private, please use a paid translation service, not us.

    Better yet, if you find our translations helpful, please consider making a donation, but leave your thread intact for archival purposes (and there will be others in the future who would want to make the same request, even if you don't need it anymore).
    Last edited by Iohannes Aurum, Aug 14, 2015
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