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Posted: Tue, 16/09/2014 16:36 (18 Hours ago) (Edited 3 Hours ago)
And that's why, we need (edited) when we edit something. (Patrick and spongebob: :O)
The test didn't work, I think. And that's why we nee- OKAY WE GET IT BOOK, SHUT UP!
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Basically you want, when someone edits a post, for it to say "edited"?
I don't fully understand why though, your example didn't make sense to me. I don't know how this would be helpful, it's not like you'd get a notification every time someone edits their post so if you do happen to look back and see it changed can't you see it's been edited?
And if someone is editing their posts to be completely unrelated to the main topic, where you said the main post was edited and therefore different than the topic (I think), then it's probably an obvious edit right? I guess it's for new people who look and see the edit thinking it was the original, not an edited version, but people shouldn't probably be editing main posts to be completely different than the main topic just to have people comment and then change the topic.
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Okay, but if it doesn't show what was edited, then what's the point? It might as well not say it was edited at all, because if all this would do is say (edited 20 minutes ago) and that's your first time seeing the post you wouldn't know what was edited. It could have been a typo, a change in a member list for clubs, an addition of a sprite for art threads, things like that.
And any major edits that take place, most people usually put "EDIT:" and what they want to say after that. Kind of a manual way to do this. Since it doesn't matter when the person edited the post, it's more what they edited that matters.
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