Simple Way to Edit Your Posts on This Site

Introduction: Simple Way to Edit Your Posts on This Site

say you typed somthing on somones instructable but then relised that you made a typo or wanted to reword somthing. sence we can't edit here is an easy way to fix that.
(i'm not going to spread this out in steps just to save you some extra time)

it's as symple as this
1)copy all your text
2)delete your post
3)start a new post
4)paste text and edit

there you go hope this helps someone

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    7 Discussions

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    crapflinger
    crapflinger

    13 years ago

    there are also various spellcheckers for I.E. (i believe FireFox has one built in)...such as the Google toolbar..the spellchecker with the toolbar hasn't let me down yet (when i remember to use it)

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    DYLEGO
    DYLEGO

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Try Chrome. It works like Word and underlines mistakes. DYLEGO

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    BuffaloNickel
    BuffaloNickel

    12 years ago on Introduction

    i ALWAYS do this I'm glad someone FINALLY posted this (or i finally realized it was posted)

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    cry_wolf
    cry_wolf

    13 years ago

    Finally someone thinks of this. I am tired of grammatically incorrect and mispelled comments.

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    Aeshir
    Aeshir

    Reply 13 years ago

    The thing is, they can't spell it right anyways.

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    zachninme
    zachninme

    13 years ago

    Uhg! I know. The problem with me is, I don't read them till a month later, then it's too late :-P (Tehn tis oto l8)

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    ewilhelm
    ewilhelm

    13 years ago

    Hey, thanks! Sometimes our links and buttons aren't so obvious! Once you post a comment, you have 15 minutes to delete it. In some projects, the comments become an extremely useful place for information, design, and review of the project. We didn't want people deleting comments in response to later comments because it's potentially confusing. Plus, it's useful for someone learning to see the entire exchange. The vast majority of users on the site are mature enough to work with this system. If another user proves them incorrect, they'll post a comment admitting their mistake and thanking the community for presenting the best information. This does have the unintended consequence of setting typos and misspelling in stone. We're working on a preview function and the ability to edit rather than delete comments for 15 minutes.