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Thanks for the edit feature.........I just found out that it works , so 15 minutes is no big thing.(Was unaware I could edit after posting at all). this is a great structure to work within. I have a friend who is interested in knowing what program you used to build this site. (I don't know enough to have any knowledge about that) He does lot of on-line sites and I know he would appreciate it. Thanks
I regestered for the message board so I can receive e-mails or inst mess either.........I think.
Play nice, practice hard, but remember, this is a MARTIAL art!
I would try using a different browser or a different computer all together to see if you experience the same problem of not being able to see the edit icon. Doing this will enable you to pinpoint whether it's your browser, computer, or your account here on AikiWeb that's causing the problem. You'll have to post something, though, to see the edit icon (which will be near the bottom right of your post next to the "quote" icon) as it will disappear fifteen minutes after the post has been created.
Are there any others who are having the same problem (of not seeing the "edit" icon within fifteen minutes of their post)?
How about a "cancel" feature - when typing occasionally I decide that I don't want to post after all, for various reasons (changed mind, ran out of time to complete the thought, etc.), and have to close the browser to kill the reply.
Do you have (somewhere) a "cancel reply" to save one from posting then going in and edit/delete the post?