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  1. Rosie

    Rosie Supporting Member Forum Supporter

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    THANK YOU for putting it back!!!! :):):):):)
     
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  2. Sarah B

    Sarah B Registered Users

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    I agree. I pretty much edit every post :rolleyes:
     
  3. snowbunny

    snowbunny Administrator Forum Supporter

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    It's only there for five minutes, so you gotta be quick if you want to catch those typos ;)

    :run::computerrage:
     
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  4. soberbyker

    soberbyker Registered Users

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    As do I, no matter how many times I read what I've written before posting.:eek::D:p
     
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  5. Cath

    Cath Supporting Member Forum Supporter

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    Thank You :*
     
  6. b&blabs

    b&blabs Registered Users

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    Oh, now I see it. Can it be put back for good, not disappear after five minutes?
     
  7. snowbunny

    snowbunny Administrator Forum Supporter

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    No, we've done it like that so that you can fix typos etc you spot after hitting the post button, but you can't go back and edit the content of your post once a conversation has started. If there's ever something you really wish you hadn't said, you can get hold of any one of the moderation team to ask for it to be edited or removed :)
     
  8. Karen

    Karen Moderator Forum Supporter

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    No, it was misused several times in order to manipulate threads to change the meaning after someone else had answered. The moderator team first voted to remove the edit button totally, but due to popular request it was brought back for a limited time only ;)
     
  9. Karen

    Karen Moderator Forum Supporter

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    Ah, cross thread posting! One of those times an edit button could be useful...
     
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  10. b&blabs

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    Ha! Okay, I get it...
     

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