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Editing my own posts

Discussion in 'About TUG BBS' started by linsj, Mar 20, 2012.

  1. linsj

    linsj TUG Review Crew: Veteran TUG Member

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    I started a thread in the Hilton forum on the 18th with a note that I would keep the list updated in that first post so people can find the info quickly (business centers at HGVCs). Discovered tonight that I can't edit it any more.

    Is there a way around this brief period of time, so I can keep updating the first post? If not, can someone else edit out my note that I'll keep the list updated?
     
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    If no one will assist. Use the copy and past feature to put the context of the old post into a new one then make you submission and submit.
     
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    After 48 hours, you can't edit your post (due to some rash behavior by posters in the past) but the method suggested above is an easy work-around.
     
  4. linsj

    linsj TUG Review Crew: Veteran TUG Member

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    Got it. Except we'd like it to stay as the first post of the thread, which appears to be impossible.
     
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    Passepartout TUG Review Crew: Veteran TUG Member

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    If you start a new thread by just appending the date- or an 'issue' #, then copy/paste the text from the former one to it, it effectively becomes a new post.

    Eventually old editions would fall off the front page.

    Jim
     
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    I have no need to do this but I guess posts cannot be removed either?


     
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