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Re: How can I update my previouse post?

by hardburn (Abbot)
on Sep 02, 2003 at 19:50 UTC ( #288413=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to How can I update my previouse post?

Click on the subject for the individual node and the displayed page should have a box for modifying the node's content. It won't show up if you're looking at the entire thread.

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Re: Re: How can I update my previouse post?
by tcf22 (Priest) on Sep 02, 2003 at 19:53 UTC
    You cannot however update original posts. Only replies to the original post. In order to change the OP, you must /msg one of the editors.
      ...or visit Editor Requests and submit a request there.

      Having said that, let me add that this is a classic example of the kind of change that is *not* usually made. The tradition here at PerlMonks is to preserve the history of a discussion rather than prettying it up after the fact.

      crazyinsomniac's suggestion is a good one: the original poster can simply reply to root node with further information or learnings. That way, the progress of the discussion is preserved.

      "Perl is a mess and that's good because the
      problem space is also a mess.
      " - Larry Wall

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