nope, you read the comments to see if somebody else had the same problem and fixed it. if they can't do that i have no pity.
You can also dig in the trash can behind a restaurant to see what perfectly good food they threw away. Really, comments almost never have useful info. It's like rooting around in a bunch of slimey discarded midden looking for something tasty. People who do that aren't smart, they are pathetic. I feel sorry for them. The restaurant manager shouldn't tell you to check out back if you couldn't find what you wanted on the menu and then claim it's your problem.
Anyway, article comments are one-way. There is never an expectation that the article author or any of the people who posted comments before prior will ever see new comments and respond to them. They are off the beaten path of the forums so there are no "new post" notices. Nothing to indicate to anyone that there is new info. And comments again almost never have useful, they just have comments. Besides, I looked at that pile of trash comments and didn't see the comment you commented was in the comment section about the post limit. It must be there because you said so, but I didn't see it when I looked
for it. Which means again, it's not very obvious.
[quote'cause you know people aren't going to read through 7 pages to find their answer...[/quote]
And they really shouldn't be expected to. People have other things to do. The more important information is, the closer it should be to the top of the page.
besides which, i can't edit the article.
Delete it and make a new one. Cut and paste + text editor. Now that we have wiki up it would be better to stick with it than use the article function though. Then people can come here and ask questions and then we can edit the wiki.