by Sid Kemp 5 years ago
Hi Hub Techies!I'm running IE 9 on Windows 7 Ultimate, SP 1.This is a very precise situation:In this situation:1) I write a comment on a hub.2) The hub author has organized comments in reverse chronological (newest at the top) order.3) Possibly only an issue if several comments already exist.I take...
by Patty Inglish MS 5 years ago
I've been getting a blank screen when I hit "edit" to update Hubs for about an hour now. Might it be a glitch, or is it me? Thanks!
by Elisabeth Sowerbutts 9 years ago
I am deleting and spamming a lot of comments which to the commentators site - usually an external one. I would often let the comment thru if it wasn't for the link - but without the ability to edit comments its all or nothing - can we look at adding the ability to edit comments which are not...
by Sherri 7 years ago
When a Hub author selects "Comments must be approved before they appear" in their comments capsule, you as the commenter don't have the opportunity to preview or edit your comment once you click "Submit".You do have that opportunity when the author doesn't select that option.It...
by Alianess Benny Njuguna 6 weeks ago
After replying to a comment, an author is given five minutes to make any changes to his/her comment. What if later on the author wants to make changes or edit his/her comments e.g. correcting gammar mistakes?Another area I would consider it useful to inclide editing feature is in Q&A. For...
by Jaye Denman 5 years ago
Do you continue to comment on an author's hubs when you can't edit your comment?I just commented on a hub, then decided to add a sentence. My comment showed on-screen, but when I clicked on EDIT, I wasn't allowed to change my comment or even delete it. I can't see the benefit to a hub author in...
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