I just posted two empty comments and one idiotic one on someone else's hub. I was happily writing one of my long-winded comments, when I realized the hub appeared to be a duplicate of information already on the net, and I wanted to delete everything I had written. To make a long story short, it seemed as though I could "change" my comment within the alotted 5 minutes, but I couldn't delete it.
Thanks for any help you can give me here. I'm still new to HP, so maybe I'm missing something very simple.
You can't delete a comment. That's up to the discretion of the Hubber who published the Hub.
You can always contact the Hubber and ask them to delete the comment out of a courtesy to you.
Jason, thanks. That's exactly the direction I was looking for.
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