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Editing Posts...

Discussion in 'Feedback' started by Redsonga, Aug 29, 2008.

  1. RedPiggy

    RedPiggy Well-Known Member

    Heh, if you're willing to pay, which I was because I despised my mistakes (well, one was fixing continuity when a later story messed up my previous story) that bad. :D
  2. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    That happens A LOT LESS than you think. Every other forum I've seen that has no limit on editing posts, I don't recall ever seeing issues like this happening at all, and these forums are just as disciplined as this place.
  3. aritario

    aritario New Member

    Hello everyone. I spent several hours searching the option to edit one of my threads without any luck.

    Seriously, not being able to edit our posts is very annoying and unpleasant, no matter who is the idea or who handles it, but it is reality. I've already been digging into this thread and I really am glad that there are other people with the same criteria, please take this into consideration and let everyone can edit his messages, titles and opinions at the time it sees without prohibitions or rules with not ties to the foundation or general consent of its participants.

    I'm just saying, is in very bad taste to see that other people can manage "your information" or block your ability to change, delete or add information on your own message and the original author can not.

    We know there are rules and exceptions in all cases, but this place is a forum and is nourished by our participation, ideas and voices. The fact that a person or a limited group seems a rule will work, that does not mean that is according to what the majority thinks or wants.

    Please! Could you help us with this claim?


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