A couple of times this week, after leaving a comment on someone's hub, I noticed a typo, and when I tried to edit the comment (well within the allotted time frame), the function would not work.
The cursor would not move into the comment box, to allow the change to be made; the 'save change' button did not work, so no change could be made at all.
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Yes--this just happened again about half an hour ago. I attempted the edit before leaving the page, within 30 seconds or less of making the comment.
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