I do not understand why Hub are not allowed to be corrected.
Some hubs say edit comments and you are unable to make the connection.
Somer hubbers refuse to allow you to fix spelling mistakes.
I think that is short sighted. I have decided if they do not let me fix my spelling mistakes.
I will not make a comment in future.
MrM try to refresh your page, that sometimes works for me. Zs
Some "unapproved comments" just disappear after commenting.You don't get a chance to correct your spelling errors.It's is the author's hands to approve or disapprove the comments on their hubs.They set the comment mode that way.
I might be mistaken but a comment has a fairly short window for editing, doesn't it? Just a few minutes? I know I've seen notices on comments that it will be open for editing until xx:xx. Something like that.
I agree, this is not the case. I correct my mistakes as soon as i finish the comment.
I have seen the comment 'Will remain open for.....
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