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I noticed in another thread that someone complaining about the limit of 10 edits on user comments was told to progress this by starting an "ideas" thread....which they never did...preferring to be annoyed by this advice instead of following it.
As a result I am following it.
Personally this does not affect me as I have only ever edited any specific user comment maybe 3 or 4 times (mostly seeing typos or errors I missed while writing them), but it is clear it is a problem for some....and one that doesn't seem to have a reason.
Can IMDb please consider to:
a) Remove this limit totally, or
b) Increase the limit, and communicate the limit as part of the text on the "review your comment before submitting" page (this because few are aware of the limit until they hit it), or
c) Make no change but just do the communication clearly as per (b).
Would be interested to understand why the limit was set - does it benefit IMDb in some way to have this in place?
note: I am not staff nor in any way affiliated with IMDb