- adj. Capable of being edited.
- edit + -able (Wiktionary)
“Click the "edit" link next to your display name, this will make the name editable.”
“They are editable - in other words you can type in answers using your computer keyboard so you don't have to print them out to use them.”
“It's also extremely "editable" by almost any program.”
“I would NOT let her talk in an "editable" venue with anyone deemed unfriendly in the MSM.”
“Things that need to be updated: on frmMain period subform: when the frmMain opens, the subform should be adjusted so the current period is selected (the period the current day falls between) period subform: when a record is selected in the period subform, the begin and end dates should automatically populate the Fromdate and ToDate on frmMain the fromdate and todate should also be manually editable, meaning that the dates can be changed without using the subform the dontdelete subform needs to be sorted by datrec, most recent date first the reports need to be fixed to work with the new data format.”
“It lets you connect all those disparate thoughts into an online network of easily accessible, easily editable pages.”
“A wiki is simply a medium for storing and organizing information online through a series of interlinking, categorized, editable web pages.”
“The logo should be in a format editable with free tools and possibly realized with free tools”
““God forbid we demand a little more * from film*” – When will comments become editable?”
“Adopting the wiki approach to screenwriting, each element is editable by any member of a project.”
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