Can I change one of my comments on one of my own hubs?
One comment (reply) I made contains a link that is no longer valid, which I'd like to change. I don't want to edit other's comments, certainly.
Timorous I am not sure how you would edit an 'old comment' but I think you could delete the comment. However I am not sure if it would affect anything like you personal Hubberscore, I doubt it would but cannot be certain. Or you could post another comment saying sorry the link is no longer valid.
Someone who has more experience of these things might be able to give you a more definative answer.
There's about a 10 minute window during which comments may be edited. After that, the content can not be altered.
You'd have to delete the comment and make a new one. It won't effect your Score (I don't know where people get these ideas) but the new comment can not be put back where old one is order-wise.
i would delete the comment and add a new one. it will not be put back in the same order as relache mentioned. however, if you are directing your comment for a specific author, mention their name so that the two comments are tied together.
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