Do the forum moderators actually feel that editing posts is a real problem on this forum?
It does cause problems when posts are deleted, added to or edited after they have been replied to as it makes the later posts look stupid.
The only reason I think the moderators need to keep the editing function is to allow us to delete spam or remove contact details.
must be a sign that we are coming out of reccession and everthings fine.
sorry for the deep offence caused to some members i will refrain from any inclusion of humour from here on.
i shall in future stick to reading the topics and refrain from any sort of reply.
apologies to andy for not causing him the same distress i have caused others.
for the record if you read a thread and it seems confusing it may say "edited by " this is always a clue that the post has indeed been edited.
keep up the good work on the forum guys i am off to remove the enter button from my keyboard.
It states that the ethos of the forum is respect for all, and clearly states that posts must not be altered after they have been replied to.
There is a place for humour on here, but this thread was not it.
I think we all understand the need to not edit key parts of posts and that the Andy and Mark binary input has not caused any offence.
Good to have some humour on the forum........for those who have posted for a few yaers who can forget Olympic Torch's joke about playing snooker with a piece of string !!
Time to move on now
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