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When progress is made after asking a question I have been editing my original post and adding progress at the bottom. Is this the best practice or is there a better way? Would comments be better?


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Thanks, your answers were helpful ;) – Usagi Apr 21 '10 at 16:47
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If you're adding more information about the problem, just update the original post. If you're providing a solution, make it an answer. If someone else leaves a comment asking for clarification, respond in a comment and update the post with the new information.

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Personally I like to see edits like you describe.

Update 1
I still like to see them like this.

Update 2
Yep, I dig it!

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You can see one example of how I do it, here:

This one is really a bitch.

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