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Go to the comment you made and want to delete. You'll see the black, circular gear icon at the top right, as the software knows you wrote the comment. Hovering at this icon, you should see the word 'edit' pop up. Click the icon. Now you will be at the original text where you can highlight and delete the original text. Lastly, place a 'period' in place of the original text and click 'save comment'.
You can use this same function to add to text, remove some text and/or revise as needed; as I did above with the first reply.
One doesn't need to place a second comment to a thread 3 minutes later, if you want to modify your words.
Go the upper right hand corner of your post and click on the “wheel” icon. It says “edit” and from there everything in that post can be edit as you wish. You can post comment again.
Also, sounds like he’s tried to “edit” it already. Gremlins? Or another “Derf”?
But (per @Catch22 and @Sven) it is a relatively easy matter to edit one’s post and delete all the words or change them. But, as I understand it, only a moderator can entirely delete a post . Some folks just type “DELETE” in place of the earlier wording.
Derf will have to clarify the circumstance he is trying to correct.
I took my comment, that I forgot to post & sent it to "save draft" where I was able to relieve myself of the post I forgot to post .
Happy New Years to ALL, Derf
Have a great New Year, and please continue to keep us all guessing.