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    Paul_cats
    Paul_cats e2 Member 861 forum postsPaul_cats vcard Scotland22 Constructive Critique Points
    23 Mar 2007 - 10:05 AM

    How can i remove a comment that I have made on a pic after the edit button has dissappeared? In addition, if I feel that I have made an error in judgement after voting for a pic can I remove my vote/click.

    Regards
    Paul

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    DaveU
    DaveU e2 Member 81339 forum postsDaveU vcard England121 Constructive Critique Points
    23 Mar 2007 - 10:08 AM

    I think you will need to bribe Pete.

    To get a comment removed I think you need to report the error via the "Report errors or abuse here" link which you'll find at the bottom of each page. Not sure you can remove a click though, so think twice before you click.

    Paul_cats
    Paul_cats e2 Member 861 forum postsPaul_cats vcard Scotland22 Constructive Critique Points
    23 Mar 2007 - 10:14 AM

    Thanks. I will give that a try

    Big Bri
    Big Bri  1315604 forum posts United Kingdom
    23 Mar 2007 - 11:23 AM

    What happened ? You clicked a pic and didn't get one back ?
    Or did you say something nice and expected a nice comment in return but didn't get one ?

    haha only kidding.

    I would just add another comment saying "I've looked at your photo again and now realise it's actually pretty good/bad for ...... reason."

    raziel_uk
    raziel_uk  104929 forum posts
    23 Mar 2007 - 11:28 AM


    Quote: if I feel that I have made an error in judgement after voting for a pic can I remove my vote/click.

    Oh well that's all my photos' clicks gone then! :o)

    Seriously though, how do you decide later that you made an error of judgement? At the end of the day you either like a photo enough to give it a click or you don't. Surely you wouldn't decide one minute "I like this shot a lot" and an hour or so later think "No, I don't".

    DaveU
    DaveU e2 Member 81339 forum postsDaveU vcard England121 Constructive Critique Points
    23 Mar 2007 - 11:31 AM


    Quote: Surely you wouldn't decide one minute "I like this shot a lot" and an hour or so later think "No, I don't"

    Unless you're a woman of course Smile

    KenTaylor
    KenTaylor e2 Member 102983 forum postsKenTaylor vcard United Kingdom2 Constructive Critique Points
    23 Mar 2007 - 11:46 AM

    One can realise elements and meaning in a pic that were not apparent on the first view. It can take several views that may be days later.

    Any change of opinion can of course be added to the comments without any need for deleting the first. If the reverse opinion is explained then it may be even more helpful.
    Ken

    Paulbee
    Paulbee e2 Member 1036 forum postsPaulbee vcard United Kingdom
    23 Mar 2007 - 4:08 PM

    When I first see a photo I have an instinctive reaction to it and either I like it, or dont like it.
    As I view it my enthusiasm for the picture will range from the "WOW-excellent", through "like it very much" to "Just about OK".
    Based on my first instictive reaction in the initial viewing, I find it hard to understand how an error of judgment can be serious enough to want to remove the comment or click.

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