EDIT "thingy*

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    Omar

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    We could just get rid of the editing feature all together?
     
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    thats the worst threat i've ever seen :p
     
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    :lol: I like how you think. Do admins have that edit thing at the bottom too when they edit their posts??


    No, we don't. :D
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    Mystery Admin
     
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    ...That would be hell. :)
     
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    What I hate is that, when I make a mistake and edit my post, it makes it seem like if I posted something offending...
     
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    goso88

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    And why not, Mystery Admin? After all, admins are capable of writing something offensive and deleting it a few hours later too, aren't they?
     
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    Yeah, we are capable of that, doesn't mean we would.
     
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    Admins have a checkbox whether to keep the editted by line or not. ;)
     
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    We used to.
     
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    Admins have a checkbox whether to keep the editted by line or not. ;) [/b][/quote]
    Yeah, we do
     
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    This is true for members, too :) .
     
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    Yeah, we do [/b][/quote]
    I know. :p

    But it would be nice if you allowed it for SuperMembers. :)
     
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    I know. :p

    But it would be nice if you allowed it for SuperMembers. :) [/b][/quote]
    and also the non-supermembers
     
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    and also the non-supermembers [/b][/quote]
    Not the non-supermembers because of the problem described on the first page. Some n00b could break a rule, get called for it, edit his post and then say "wtf are you talking about?", supermembers are probably more trusted as they've been here longer, and should know the rules and shit by now. ;) Not saying that there isn't any trust between the admins and non-supermembers, but this is just my opinion, as a admin of my own forum, I know the works. And from seeing how multiple other forums work and their guidelines. ;)

    edit //
    And it's just like how supermembers can delete their posts but normal members can't. ;)
     
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    Not the non-supermembers because of the problem described on the first page. Some n00b could break a rule, get called for it, edit his post and then say "wtf are you talking about?", supermembers are probably more trusted as they've been here longer, and should know the rules and shit by now. ;) Not saying that there isn't any trust between the admins and non-supermembers, but this is just my opinion, as a admin of my own forum, I know the works. And from seeing how multiple other forums work and their guidelines. ;)

    edit //
    And it's just like how supermembers can delete their posts but normal members can't. ;) [/b][/quote]
    Hmm good point.Hey I was an owner of a Pantera forum.Had to shut it because the hosting company started demanding more money
     
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    I couldn't care either way, really. When I change something in my post, I always end up writing that I edited the post in some way.

    EDIT: Realized I spelled edited wrong.
     
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    goso88

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    Why do you, though? Lol, I always wondered why people say I edited this and this..
     
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    It's just a side note.


    You people should really stop caring about such a small thing... Worry about the war or something--something with meaning. :lol:
     
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    Worry for Keaton's mental condition-- I mean look at all the crazy things in his sig!
     
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    matttheskwirl14

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    i like the edit thing
     

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