Sorry to come back on this topic, but I agree with other users: closing a topic after 10 days is far too short.
Many topics are duplicated because of this.
For instance, there are several threads opened by users who could not import items into the inventory using a CSV file. I found a solution to this and could help, but as I’m a recent user of GarageSale, I could not post any answer to many topics, because they were closed.
Users cannot help each other and this really kills the community.
It would suffice that users have to tell which version of GarageSale they’re using, so that everyone can dicern if an issue could possibly have been solved with newer versions.
And to delete new threads that do not mention which version of GarageSale is used when the question is possibly version-specific.
I don’t see a reason for closing a topic at any time.
The extra work involved by revived posts will be counterbalanced by less duplicate questions, more exhaustive answers and a more active community where users can help each other.