Kevin (kevin) wrote in lj_userdoc,

FAQ 2 - How do I edit a journal entry I wrote?

So, while working on another FAQ, I was in FAQ 2 ("How do I edit a journal entry I wrote?"), and the top of it struck me as a little odd.

The FAQ poses the question of, "How do I do this?", but the first paragraph has (seemingly?) nothing to do with answering the question.

For reference, the first paragraph says:
While editing entries, if you receive an error message that states "Client error: Invalid text encoding: Cannot display non-Unicode posts unless default encoding has been selected", see

I'll make the assumption that there were a lot of support requests that caused that paragraph to be added, but it seems out-of-order... how can one receive that error message if they don't know how to edit an entry (their reason for visiting the FAQ)? It would seem to me that it belongs after the last paragraph of 'how to edit an entry' rather than before answering the question that the FAQ poses.

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