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Do we have stickys on this site, I assume you know what a sticky is, if not let me know and I explain as best I can.

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Do we have stickys on this site, I assume you know what a sticky is, if not let me know and I explain as best I can.

Yes, but it's called "Pin Topic" here.

Under Moderation Option, it's "Pin this Topic".

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