Editting old posts

Discussion in 'Website Help' started by zaskar, Jun 5, 2009.

  1. zaskar

    zaskar Funster

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    Say, hypothetically, that one had written a write up about picking up a new unit.
    and say, hypothetically, that one had been less than kind about an individual.
    and say, hypothetically that SWMBO had gone bl**dy banana's about what you may or may not have posted :RollEyes: in case it caused problems during the warantee period.:winky:

    How would one edit an old post of ones own, when the bl**dy edit button has disapeared?

    Come on guys, she's glaring daggers here!:ROFLMAO:

    Ta.
     
  2. lesleyjean

    lesleyjean Funster

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    If I were you, I would send a private message to Jim or Bryan and ask them to remove said post.

    You usually have about half an hour to edit the post.

    Unfortunatley neither of them are online at present.

    Good Luck

    Lesley
     
  3. Johns_Cross_Motorhomes

    Johns_Cross_Motorhomes Trader - Motorhome & Accessory Sales

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    To be honest I would not worry about it as the post will dissapear into the electronic wilderness of old posts.

    A warranty is a warranty irrespective of comments, if one is so worried about it you can always repost a grovelling apology and eat humble pie :cry:

    Peter
     

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