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    Quote Originally Posted by Petespockets55 View Post
    FYI- Evidently there is NO edit option for a Non Admin. None are visible to me on his referenced post.
    I checked some of my older posts and the edit "pencil" icon is not available either.
    Maybe there is a time limit to edit our posts?
    This is correct, after a certain amount of time I can no longer edit the post.

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    After a day or two, the edit option is no longer available on the post.

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    Misspoke slightly before — I can always see the edit button and have it available as do mods. I was trying to recreate it disappearing immediately as a non admin which I did not understand, should not be possible and what I wanted clarity on. I understand your time frame now. Any thread is added to with additional new posts but only an admin can continue to add to an existing post in a thread. I think as long as you add the info you want in one area we can always revisit it and organize it better as the information grows or changes. I know this is not as direct as you might like but there are reasons it is set up this way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter View Post
    Misspoke slightly before — I can always see the edit button and have it available as do mods. I was trying to recreate it disappearing immediately as a non admin which I did not understand, should not be possible and what I wanted clarity on. I understand your time frame now. Any thread is added to with additional new posts but only an admin can continue to add to an existing post in a thread. I think as long as you add the info you want in one area we can always revisit it and organize it better as the information grows or changes. I know this is not as direct as you might like but there are reasons it is set up this way.
    Ok thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter View Post
    Misspoke slightly before — I can always see the edit button and have it available as do mods. I was trying to recreate it disappearing immediately as a non admin which I did not understand, should not be possible and what I wanted clarity on. I understand your time frame now. Any thread is added to with additional new posts but only an admin can continue to add to an existing post in a thread. I think as long as you add the info you want in one area we can always revisit it and organize it better as the information grows or changes. I know this is not as direct as you might like but there are reasons it is set up this way.
    Ok thank you

 

 

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