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mother wolf Offline
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    Posted: July 22 2008,11:21 am QUOTE

I know I can do an edit cache. When I'm done submit however since Im not very good at this I make a bunch of changes, even though I have it pre written & I C&P there is always things I correct once I see how it looks on the final page.
I hate the thought that every time I go back to edit then check PCMedic gets a copy of it. I must fill his mailbox. So is there a way to say disable it or not make it post until I have made my FINAL major corrections?
Ive tried to find somthing in Q&A's about this but didnt.
Im trying to get this right so help would be great. Thanks MW
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    Posted: July 22 2008,3:12 pm QUOTE

While I certainly encourage proofing your listing before posting, it is expected that edits will be done. After all that is why the function is available.

As for filling up my mailbox, it does not work that way so not to worry. I use an Admin login to check updates and other things on the site.

By the way, I moved this to the 'Using the site' forum where it would be more appropriate.


Edited by PC Medic on July 22 2008,3:13 pm

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    Posted: July 23 2008,8:16 pm QUOTE

I have thought of posting this same question.  I think a 'preview listing' button would be great, in case it takes some major edits to get it done right.  When I first started cross listing, it took a minute to get the listings to act right because of the way this site handles html.  It would make listing caches easier when it takes more than one day to get to the edits too  :D

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