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BlueAngel 03-05-2009 07:45 PM

Calling Susie!
 
Susie,

Can you go to second to the last post on the following thread by bruce999 and click on the "How is Philly" link and tell me what displays for you?

http://www.clubconspiracy.com/forum/...fire-5631.html

What displays for me, when I'm logged in is a post I made in the thread, which bruce999 quoted.

The text displays as if the edit function has been activated.

If it displays in this fashion for me, is it displaying in this manner for any member of CC who is logged in; viewing the thread and, therefore, allowing my post to be edited and/or deleted by any member of CC other than myself?

When I'm not logged in and I click the link, the site asks me to log in before I can view the link.

Thanks, Susie.

mizfish 03-19-2009 08:34 AM

Re: Calling Susie!
 
Hi BA :)

no, what he's done is posted the link to a "new reply" for that thread. like the link to quote a reply. its not an edit post thing. i think what he's done is clicked reply, its included the quote, and he's copied the URL to that from his browser by mistake. its not a problem really, but if you want me to change the URL in that post, just let me know :)

susie

BlueAngel 03-19-2009 09:16 AM

Re: Calling Susie!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by susie (Post 55306)
Hi BA :)

no, what he's done is posted the link to a "new reply" for that thread. like the link to quote a reply. its not an edit post thing. i think what he's done is clicked reply, its included the quote, and he's copied the URL to that from his browser by mistake. its not a problem really, but if you want me to change the URL in that post, just let me know :)

susie

Thanks, Susie.

When clicking the "How is Philly" link posted by Bruce999 in the "I'm on Fire" thread, a comment by me from that thread appears in the edit function mode.

I did a test.

I deleted my comment to see if that would cause it to erase on the I'm on Fire thread.

It didn't.

Not sure it was a mistake on the poster's part, but everything is COOL in either event.


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