I posted a comment to someone's hub, after which I tried editing it. There were so many comments on this person's hub that the entire page was slow to reload. Now five minutes have passed and it seems I can't edit the comment. Worse, I must have double-clicked and now there are two identical comments from me.
Can comments be edited and/or deleted after five minutes have passed.
Only the hubber who published the hub has control over them after 5 minutes. If I receive duplicate comments, I will delete one of them. You could post a third comment, but that may make matters worse. Or you could contact the hubber in question via their profile page. It is your choice. These things do happen, no big deal.
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