I am posting this as much as a reminder for myself as for information for the rest of you, but it can serve as both. Currently, I have the forum set to allow editing of a post for up to fifteen minutes after it is posted. I would love to be able to allow anyone to edit their posts whenever they notice a typo, a misspelling, or a grammatical error that they had allowed to slip into their post. I know that I like being able to do that for my own posts, and I am sure that some of you feel the same. The reason I limit the amount of time that someone can edit a post is that I have run several forums over the past several years, and every forum has included people who, at some point, out of anger or simply a desire to clean the Internet of their presence, will feel the need to delete every post they have made in a forum or, if that is not allowed, edit out all of the words in the post, leaving the remainder of the threads unintelligible or broken. There are some safeguards that can be put into place but I haven't had the time to tweak everything here yet, or to add any plugins, for that matter, other than the one that allows members to change their name one time, in order to facilitate those who missed the messages about the use of two names here. I can easily change the amount of time that a post can be edited, but I want to give it some more thought. When someone says something that others then reply to, there is a potential problem that can occur when the original poster then edits what he or she had said, since it can serve to make the replies seem disjointed or even foolish. Some people have been known to do that deliberately but, given that we are all mature people here, I would like to think that this will not be a problem in this particular forum. I do want you to be able to correct any errors that you might make in a forum post, though. Probably, what I'll do is allow greater editing capabilities as a reward for those who have met certain milestones, perhaps even using the trophy system that the Xenforo software uses. Between the flu and whatever the heck else happened to me a week ago, I have gotten behind on some things, but I'll get to it as soon as I can. Feel free to remind but not, like, every day or anything. As I tell my wife, if I promise that I am going to do something, I'll do it. There's no need to remind me every six months.