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I tried to add information to a post I made this morning - adding the author's name to a book I have recommended - but I was not allowed to do it. Instead, I was told to answer as to why I wished to edit the post. I edit my posts all the time, mostly to correct typos and edit my sadly-common run-on sentence structure.  I answered "because I bloody-well want to" and  that phrase was all that appeared in the post! I was not allowed to type anything at all in the post itself.

 

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot? 

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James H and Dubz are our technical wizards, and sadly they are on European time. Allow 8-12 hours or so for your question to get attention, Oscar Kilo?

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Hmm.... I just tested it and didn't have a problem.  

 

Here's the edit... and I didn't fill in the "reasons" box.

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It won't allow me to place the curser in the text. I run a Mac desktop 10.12.6, btw, if that is significant.

 

Curious, what was the purpose of adding a "reason for change" feature in the first place?

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