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Update 9/27/13. Yes. It is now possible to edit your facebook posts. There is a down arrow at the top right of each post made by you that has the text "Edit..." where you can change the text of your posts.


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Yes, there is a quick and easy way. If your post has the following permalink http://account.tumblr.com/post/1239802 then your edit page is here: http://account.tumblr.com/edit/1239802 You just change "post" in the URL to "edit". Note that this does not work if you put something after the post ID (for instance: http://...../1239802/my-post).


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http://code.reloado.com/#javascript,html http://codemagic.gr http://codepen.io/ http://cssdesk.com (no JavaScript support) http://liveweave.com http://plnkr.co/edit http://tinkerbin.heroku.com


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Update 26/09/2013: This is now possible for the Android users, the iOS and web ones following soon. Source. Short answer, yes. Long answer, yes, but there is a caveat: you can only edit the text of statuses that have photos attached. So, if you posted a status update accompanied by a photo, you can edit the text of the status. (And I don’t know how far ...


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For Flash, there are these two sites, both related: http://wonderfl.net/ http://beautifl.net/ More canvas-related is Aza Raskin's http://azarask.in/projects/algorithm-ink More JS-related: http://jsdo.it/


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Are you sure your Sharing settings look like these? I've just created a document and edited it without any troubles (created with my google account and edited using different browser - not logged in).


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As of recently, you actually can edit status updates. It's a relatively new feature (according to The Huffington Post it began rolling out on 6/22/12). If you navigate to your timeline (assuming you've switched to timeline already), you'll see a button with a pencil appear when you hover your mouse over a post. If you take longer than 30 seconds to choose to ...


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It appears that the new toolbar is an experimental feature that you have to install: http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:UsabilityInitiative


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Currently you can delete a comment (and re-add a new one), but you cannot edit a comment, or comment on a comment.


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I don't see how. The person who wrote the comment "owns" it and will be able to edit or delete it. You can probably only take a screen shot. Better would be to report it as abuse.


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What you are speaking about is clearly not possible at all, all you can do is place the item properly in clipboard again, there is no editing the clipboard, as that contradicts the very meaning of clipboard.


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There is a way to do this, if you use Facebook Notes : http://facebook.com/notes though facebook dont heavily promote the use of FB Notes any more, you can still use them, to create one go to the URL above, and click the "write a new note" button. When you create a note you can use basic HTML tags, including IMG tags, and you can edit notes after you have ...


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It's now possible to edit the Facebook posts, also the old ones. Just click on the arrow on the up-left corner of the post and select Edit.... This website provides more information.


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According to Wikipedia:Sock puppetry, creating a separate account for this purpose might be okay: Alternative accounts have legitimate uses. For example, long-term contributors using their real names may wish to use a pseudonymous account for contributions with which they do not want their real name to be associated […] If you use an alternative account, ...


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So after seeing in the other answers that it really should work, I tried to trace the problem, here it goes: The file has to be a - Google Spreadsheet - rather than a - XLS/XLSX Spreadsheet - . The reason is that XLS(X) files need an additional App to be edited, which you can't use without Google account. How to know which is which? By the icon: The ...


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You can delete the post and recreate it with pictures. Or you can add the pictures on the comment section. Cannot add Images, you can edit text.


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No, its not possible. You can however add photos to the post via the comments section underneath the post


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I think that, for editing, Google make a distinction between "anyone" - meaning a person with a Google account, and "everyone" - meaning people irrespective of Google account status. The distinction isn't applied to reading, but I'm sure I've send evidnece of it applying to edits before.


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Have you tried using Facebook Questions? You'll need a Facebook account, and apparently nowadays you can only ask questions in events and groups (you used to be able to do it from your Timeline, just like a status update).


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There are many such services: Github Gist JSBin Dabblet Codepen JSFiddle


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Trello card titles do not respect Markdown (so having two spaces before pressing enter will not create a line break), but they will overflow to two or more lines if they are too long for a single line. (As mentioned above, the description and comments on the "back" of the card support line feeds.) When resizing the board, you can expect this line wrapping ...


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I found this bookmarklet that does the job: http://blog.tjp.hu/post/409753541/szajmon-tumblr-edit-post-bookmarklet


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Check out Koding. Provides: Online Code Editing php, perl, python, django, ruby on rails fastcgi and more Works with well known web editors Ace & Bespin, Codemirror, Ymacs, Pixlr, Aviary and more Online Collaborations (coming soon) svn, git, mercurial


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Yes, Google has removed the feature to roll back to the previous version. Whenever Google Changes it user-interface (for any of its services), it's in a testing phase and the users are allowed to switch back to the old one and also give comments on the new one. This is just to see if there are a sufficient number of users who are finding the new-interface ...



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