Get rid of "This comment was removed by the editor"
I recently added a comment to one of my hubs and when I clicked the button to publish the comment, it didn't do anything. So I clicked a couple more times and finally it posted the comment, however it posted it 4 times. I then deleted three of them and it says "This comment was removed by the editor" Is there any way to get rid of those words?
Well, I thought it will be removed like after a short period of time? Once delete I think they give you a grace period to undo it.
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Waaa...I accidentally clicked on an ad! Is that bad? It was an accident. TT^TT
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