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Idea: New type of thread ("Topic format"): Non-editable
Thread poster: Katalin Horváth McClure

Amel Abdullah  Identity Verified
Jordan
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Idea May 8

Maybe it could be like Kudoz postings, which can't be edited but only added to. I would favor implementing this for the forum in general (not making it merely optional).

Oh, and it should definitely include moderators and staff members.


[Edited at 2019-05-08 03:18 GMT]


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Chris S
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Katalin Horváth McClure
 

Lincoln Hui  Identity Verified
Hong Kong
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Less rules, not more May 8

The "inclusive" format was a bad enough idea, we don't need to make the mistake twice. All this does is encourage the spelling/grammar trolls.

Amel Abdullah
Philip Lees
Sheila Wilson
Chris S
ahartje
Michele Fauble
Katalin Szilárd
 

Amel Abdullah  Identity Verified
Jordan
Arabic to English
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@Lincoln May 8

Despite what I suggested above, I definitely agree with you. The so-called "inclusive" format should not be encouraged to spawn any further.

 

Chris S  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Swedish to English
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Altogether now: May 8

Lincoln Hui wrote:
Less rules, not more

The "inclusive" format was a bad enough idea, we don't need to make the mistake twice. All this does is encourage the spelling/grammar trolls.


Fewer! 😂😂😂


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Rachel Fell
Michele Fauble
 

Sheila Wilson  Identity Verified
Spain
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Hey! May 8

Chris S wrote:

Lincoln Hui wrote:
Less rules, not more

The "inclusive" format was a bad enough idea, we don't need to make the mistake twice. All this does is encourage the spelling/grammar trolls.


Fewer! 😂😂😂

That's Tom's job! There's no room for two Toms here !


Kay Denney
Michele Fauble
 

Chris S  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Swedish to English
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TomTom May 8

Sheila Wilson wrote:
That's Tom's job! There's no room for two Toms here !

I'm just waiting for someone to correct my own error...


 

Sheila Wilson  Identity Verified
Spain
Local time: 02:18
Member (2007)
English
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How much is it worth? May 8

Chris S wrote:
I'm just waiting for someone to correct my own error...

Isn't that what we're all in business to do? You aren't really expecting a freebie, are you?


Natasha Ziada
 

Chris S  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Swedish to English
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Slightly OT May 8

Sheila Wilson wrote:
Isn't that what we're all in business to do? You aren't really expecting a freebie, are you?

Pop it on my tab with the craft beers


Sheila Wilson
 

Sheila Wilson  Identity Verified
Spain
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That's ALTOGETHER reasonable of you May 8

Chris S wrote:

Sheila Wilson wrote:
Isn't that what we're all in business to do? You aren't really expecting a freebie, are you?

Pop it on my tab with the craft beers

I can't do it for FEWER than two beers, mind.

Now - ALL TOGETHER -
Let's get back on topic!!!


Chris S
Natasha Ziada
 

Michele Fauble  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 19:18
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Norwegian to English
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Grammar and logic May 8

Fewer beers, less beer
More beers, more beer





[Edited at 2019-05-09 15:34 GMT]


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Daniela Zambrini  Identity Verified
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should your idea not be possible... May 9

... maybe at least making the * [edited at ... ] * note at the end of the post as compulsory would help?

It's been quite some time since I've been active here, so I may be mistaken, but I seem to remember that the post scriptum [edited at ...] can be removed before confirming the new version of a previous post. (I'll test here right after I post this).

If indeed the note can be removed, thus providing no indication that the post has been subsequently edited (whether f
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... maybe at least making the * [edited at ... ] * note at the end of the post as compulsory would help?

It's been quite some time since I've been active here, so I may be mistaken, but I seem to remember that the post scriptum [edited at ...] can be removed before confirming the new version of a previous post. (I'll test here right after I post this).

If indeed the note can be removed, thus providing no indication that the post has been subsequently edited (whether for a typo or for rephrasing a remark) any replies or comments published before such editing would risk being out of tune or off-topic.

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edited 1.2.3. Test.
No, I guess I was mistaken. The [edited at...] is automatically placed.
.....

test edited again. If I reopen my post once again I can remove the first [edited at] though... Mmmm...

[Edited at 2019-05-09 13:38 GMT]
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