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I'm in flat, not threaded view. I've just found out that a post can be edited, even after there's a following post - if that post is directed at someone else. Some people using threaded view and some using flat could get very confusing. Hard to know who's talking to who(m).

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I'm in flat, not threaded view. I've just found out that a post can be edited, even after there's a following post - if that post is directed at someone else. Some people using threaded view and some using flat could get very confusing. Hard to know who's talking to who(m).

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Kath-H wrote:

I'm in flat, not threaded view. I've just found out that a post can be edited, even after there's a following post - if that post is directed at someone else. Some people using threaded view and some using flat could get very confusing. Hard to know who's talking to who(m).

Ya, I got that sometime last week too... you can edit until there is a reply to your post... not just another post in the whole thread. Confused me for awhile. As it likely will others.

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