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hawbaked
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I've logged in, but under option, there is no selection for editing my posts?

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WendyM
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There's a 24hr time limit in which your posts are able to be edited.

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WendyM
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Meaning you only have 24 hours to edit your post or you need to wait 24 hours before you are able to edit your post? Either way seems silly.

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It means you have 24 hours once you've posted to edit. The reason it's in place is to prevent abuse.

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@WarrenPFJr wrote:

Meaning you only have 24 hours to edit your post or you need to wait 24 hours before you are able to edit your post? Either way seems silly.


I don't think it's silly at all.

 

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