Due to popular demand, an "Edit" button has finally been added to the comments system. All registered members can now edit their posted comments. This is useful for correcting spelling mistakes or hasty replies. But be warned - all edited comments will be tagged with the date and time the comment was edited. Edit tagging is a feature that is common with many forum/bulletin board systems. Therefore, if you wish to dubiously switch your stance on a debated topic, all participating commenters will see that you did so.
The edit button is located in the bottom left corner of your comment next to the "Report abuse" button.
Although a commenter referred to WCF as a "picture happy blog" recently, we don't necessarily consider WCF a blog despite sharing a similar shape and function. This is due to the fact that we've been around years before blogs hit mainstream and we don't subscribe to any outside off-the-shelf blog software systems. WCF is built from scratch and suited to our precise needs. Therefore, I would like to emphasize that this little thing called an edit button is a big deal as most blog systems don't offer one - so we think. If you know of a blog that allows its commenters to edit their own posts, please drop us a line or make a comment, we are curious to know.
In a related matter, a link to the posting rules has been placed above the top right corner of the comment text entry box. Since implementing the rules exactly one month ago, the flow of discussion and overall caliber of comments have improved greatly resulting in more productive discussions. Although some may disagree by calling our rules censorship, dictatorship, etc., WCF is better for it and we want to keep it that way.
Planned for the near future are comment email notifications. An email notification will be sent to you when a reply is made to a topic you have subscribed or participated. We'll let you know when it's ready.
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