One quick question about posts

5:17 PM, Tuesday May 9th 2023

Can i edit my post? I don't see any button or smth

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4:54 PM, Friday May 12th 2023

While replies can be edited, we never actually added the ability to edit posts - so unfortunately at this time, that's not possible.

9:01 AM, Sunday May 14th 2023

I was wondering the same.

I get it for homework submissions, but for other sketchbook entries, it could be useful (was thinking of modifying the img link, as imgur’s not working well for me atm). When there is no comment yet, it seems I can’t comment my own posts. I don’t know if this feature can be added partially. If not, forget about it.

5:03 PM, Sunday May 14th 2023

There are quite a few smaller things we'll eventually need to add, but right now our time is primarily focused on the demo/video content overhaul. We'll get to it at some point, but our resources are very limited so we have to focus on the areas that will have the greatest impact.

7:04 PM, Sunday May 14th 2023

I understand. Thank you for taking time to answer.

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