would you like a -see edit history- option for the forums

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would you like a -see edit history- option for the forums

JohnnyBlaze
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clewluss said:Rabbit,
as usual, you have gotten off the subject.

The back button should be available,
with the permission of the person making the revisions.

I believe that the majority of people would be delighted
if their readers could view their revisions/edits,  
especially for poems, so interested readers, could see layers
in a poem.

So lets take up a collecftion to fund the coding of this feature,
and the creation of a check-box where members permit the viewings of
their edits.
In fact, the poet can even use it as part of their art form,
crafting different layers of the evolution of a poem, for the readers,
or just let it happen naturally.


Hey! Some of us actually do leave old versions of poems underneath our revisions to show readers the evolution when a major critique is involved.

No code necessary, no fuss, no muss.



Ahavati
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JohnnyBlaze said:

Hey! Some of us actually do leave old versions of poems underneath our revisions to show readers the evolution when a major critique is involved.

No code necessary, no fuss, no muss.




Always best!

case28
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I edit a lot... and often reflect on my opinions, then decide I should keep my thoughts to myself.

lepperochan
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rabbitquest said:Again, that is treating DUP as your backup girlfriend... Cheat on her, dump her the minute you think something fancy comes along
CHALLENGE: name even one author that scurried around deleting their 'poems' off of DUP to satisfy some publisher that ever made over $123 bucks.
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