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Old 01-29-2010, 07:18 PM
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Is it possible to increase the amount of time available in which to edit or make a correction?

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Simon,

Best way to do that is to be slow hitting the submit button. As carpenters say, "meaure twice and cut once." That has been my experience with posts anyway.

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Casebook allows posts to be edited up to 30 minutes after they are posted. This is considered more than sufficient for basic editing and correction of mistakes.

This also eliminates the problems that can be created when people are allowed to constantly edit their posts and alter what they said at some later time.
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