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Re: Re: Ability to edit root nodes

by Moonie (Friar)
on May 02, 2002 at 16:19 UTC ( [id://163577]=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Ability to edit root nodes
in thread Ability to edit root nodes

I think you've made a really good point there about front paging nodes and nodes that may be edited at the same concurrent time. Possibly an answer to that would be to allow the submitter to edit the node until they are sure that they no longer wish to edit it...and check it off that it's okay to be front paged. If a node is never checked off, it'll never be on the front page. Just a suggestion - may not be a good one. :)

- Moon

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Re: Re: Re: Ability to edit root nodes
by vagnerr (Prior) on May 02, 2002 at 16:24 UTC
    Thats what the preview button is for. You *do* use the preview button don't you ;-)

    ---If it doesn't fit use a bigger hammer
      Of course.. although there are times.. when it happens.. a typo escapes you!! Or does to me.. at times. But, who knows.. it maybe just me. I can admit that you're a better typer and proofreader than I ...especially when I am in a hurry! :)

      - Moon - who is using smiley faces way too often today.
      Unfortunately, the preview button does not act as a copy editor. The truth is we all make mistakes that we won't notice on review, but that others will pick up on in seconds. Or is your preview button significantly more magical than mine?

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