Is it possible to change a comment you have made on another person's hub after it has been...
approved, or after the 5 minute time limit is up?
No. Once the editing window is closed, only the Hub author/owner can do anything, and all they can do is either approve the comment, or delete it. They can't edit them either.
I did have one hubber who asked me to delete his comment and he explained the reasons why. I deleted it for him and he submitted an edited version so maybe that is the best way to go, contact the hub author and explain your reason for wanting to change it and I am sure they will help you out.
by Anna McGann 8 years ago
This is another question I couldn't find an answer to, perhaps because it's pretty random/specific.I came across an article (about how women think) to which I have very strong opposing viewpoints. Would it be in violation of HP rules to compose an article of my own combating the views expressed by...
by Rael Casalme 8 years ago
I can't seem to delete my comment on another person's hubCan we? or at least edit it?
by Travis Wakeman 6 years ago
In terms of philosophy or theology something like this:X is a mistaken position for reasons A,B,C. This Hub is an example of that position, lets do a point by point dissection of it (while not infringing on copyright) while pointing out the problems in their reasoning.Is that doable? Will it get...
by Aficionada 10 years ago
This is a two-part question/discussion-starter.First - I recently saw that in my "feedback" section, there was a suddenly much higher number of hubs marked "funny." I don't mind this feedback, but I'm not really particularly humorous, and for the life of me I can't figure...
by angelicabeads 8 years ago
How can I link my page to another person's? The two pages are about the same topic? Thanks.The other hubpage has more details about this issue.
by FreezeFrame34 7 years ago
How have you corrected another person's child in a public place?I tend to interject in situations in public places when other parents are not watching their kids. I look like the bad guy, but I want my child to learn how she should behave by using teachable moments. Any thoughts?
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