Good Morning Lane:
<<Six hours is more than enough time to edit your post properly.
Respectfully, I strongly disagree. I propose that perhaps a full day <gentle shrug> would be even a better time frame. Consider even with good editing, as many have suggested it is still possible to miss something, correct?
If given a larger window to polish/edit ones post/s greater clarity is viable. If the window is a mere 6 hours, modification is meaningfully limited, IMHV-fwiw. As anyone who has written (here or elsewhere) is aware, a new train of thought or the twist of an old one can easily happen with a new day. We can always clarify something if a thread goes the "wrong way", (ie being interpreted incorrectly, due to poor wording...). That was never my issue, nor my point.
Perhaps, perhaps a good comprimise <sp.?> might be the ability to save drafts of a message one is working on
? I do not deny careful initial editing is the first "filter", I am merely proposing others might be worthy of consideration!
Its merely my opinion, I could surely be mistaken,