berberberber

Um yeah, can they?

jvvg

They can only edit posts after the first page load, so they can fix typos, but not post something inappropriate/rude and then remove it before the ST sees it.

easymath123

I found a work-around.
1.Click The Date and Time Posted Link(e.g:Today 01:02:12)
2.Replace Certain Parts Of the Current Url(e.g:http://scratch.mit.edu/discuss/topic/7629/?page=1#post-50658 with http://scratch.mit.edu/discuss/post/50658/edit)
Press Enter.
>:-)

berberberber

jvvg wrote:

They can only edit posts after the first page load, so they can fix typos, but not post something inappropriate/rude and then remove it before the ST sees it.
So, they can edit posts after page 1?

letmethink

berberberber wrote:

jvvg wrote:

They can only edit posts after the first page load, so they can fix typos, but not post something inappropriate/rude and then remove it before the ST sees it.
So, they can edit posts after page 1?
No, they can edit posts as long as they stay on the page.

berberberber

letmethink wrote:

berberberber wrote:

jvvg wrote:

They can only edit posts after the first page load, so they can fix typos, but not post something inappropriate/rude and then remove it before the ST sees it.
So, they can edit posts after page 1?
No, they can edit posts as long as they stay on the page.
What do you mean, they stay on the page?

jvvg

berberberber wrote:

letmethink wrote:

berberberber wrote:

jvvg wrote:

They can only edit posts after the first page load, so they can fix typos, but not post something inappropriate/rude and then remove it before the ST sees it.
So, they can edit posts after page 1?
No, they can edit posts as long as they stay on the page.
What do you mean, they stay on the page?
When I post something, it shows me a page with the topic. There is an edit button there. Once I go to a different page, I can't edit anymore.