Editing/Deleting Posts in the Forums

Editing/Deleting Posts in the Forums

Valyn Valyn
Just a suggestion, but.. it would be nice to be able to go back and edit or delete posts/threads, at least on the forums (if not on reviews or other areas of the site).

Just a thought
07/07/2009
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Victoria Victoria
Quote:
Originally posted by Valyn
Just a suggestion, but.. it would be nice to be able to go back and edit or delete posts/threads, at least on the forums (if not on reviews or other areas of the site).

Just a thought
You *can* edit your reviews. Just go into your list through your account, click on the word "edit" next to the review in the list and open it. Make your edits and save.
07/07/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
Quote:
Originally posted by Victoria
You *can* edit your reviews. Just go into your list through your account, click on the word "edit" next to the review in the list and open it. Make your edits and save.
I think you misread - she said forums posts (=
07/07/2009
Victoria Victoria
Quote:
Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
I think you misread - she said forums posts (=
Nope, I read "at least on the forums (if not on reviews or other areas of the site). "

and responded to that portion, as it seems she did not realize that you can edit reviews.
07/07/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
Quote:
Originally posted by Victoria
Nope, I read "at least on the forums (if not on reviews or other areas of the site). "

and responded to that portion, as it seems she did not realize that you can edit reviews.
Oh! Haha. Looks like I can't read!

Any possibility that forum editing will become available ever?
07/07/2009
Valyn Valyn
Quote:
Originally posted by Victoria
Nope, I read "at least on the forums (if not on reviews or other areas of the site). "

and responded to that portion, as it seems she did not realize that you can edit reviews.
Oh, no, lol.. I didn't mean the reviews themselves, I meant the comments on reviews. Sorry about that!
07/07/2009
Epiphora Epiphora
I would really like to be able to edit/delete on the forum.
07/07/2009
Luscious Lily Luscious Lily
Quote:
Originally posted by Epiphora
I would really like to be able to edit/delete on the forum.
Ditto; it'd be nice to be able to go back and fix the terrible spelling errors that happen when we're too tired to post coherently.
07/07/2009
SilverVixen SilverVixen
I would love to be able to edit forum posts! While I don't think it would be right to have the ability to delete them entirely, it would be nice to edit such things as misspelled words, to add a thought to the post, or even to go back in and clarify something that was said. This could be done in fairness by simply showing a strikethrough through the original content that has been edited, or even by auto-generating a date and a time on the edited post itself reflecting the date/time of the most recent edit.

Users who wish to make a point of keeping a forum authors "original point" for whatever purposes would have the ability to use something called a [quote] feature which would maintain the original quote in its integrity. I think this is extremely important in the case of disagreements or debate, one should not be able to leave a comment, then delete it if it offends someone or spawns heated disagreements. The post would most definitely wind up looking one sided! lol!

I dunno, I for one always leave few follow up blips if I say something stupid like free sex, versus free sex TOYS, or if I want to add a link (and forgot it). lol!
11/10/2009
SilverVixen SilverVixen
Quote:
Originally posted by SilverVixen
I would love to be able to edit forum posts! While I don't think it would be right to have the ability to delete them entirely, it would be nice to edit such things as misspelled words, to add a thought to the post, or even to go back in and ...
Ok see! Prime example! I just noticed we have a

'[ ] Use spell check'

in the bottom left corner of the boxes when we comment directly on a fellow member's profile. Even that would be an awesome option in the forums! At least it would nix the worrying about bad spelling...
11/10/2009
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