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    editing your own posts?

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    is it just me, or has the ability to edit your post disappeared? *I have no idea how long its been since ive needed to do that, but Im sure I used to be able to... *:-?

    I guess Chris is right eh ;)

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    Re: editing your own posts?

    Quote Originally Posted by poundy link=1153834084/0#0 date=1153834084
    is it just me, or has the ability to edit your post disappeared? *I have no idea how long its been since ive needed to do that, but Im sure I used to be able to... *:-?
    Poundy- I sometimes find if I log off then on again, I can modify.....dunno if it will work for you but you may like to give it a try....


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    Re: editing your own posts?

    Well, strangely enough, that worked !

    I was nearly stymied by the "password" field, as I normally use the "login for keeps" option on this PC.

    Weird. Now I will have to remember what post it was I did the typo in so I can correct it ! :)

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    Re: editing your own posts?

    yeah, I have noticed that there is a "half logged-in" state where you can read your PMs, post new messages but not modify your old ones.

    If the button at the top says "update session" you are in the twilight-zone and might see those symptoms. Click the update session and it should come good (I think!)


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    Re: editing your own posts?

    fancy that, a "twilight zone" on the internet. Who woulda thought.......

    Awesome tip Andy, Ill give it a whirl next time it happens.



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