reference here: Gaps between page loading and CSOM calls

In a nutshell, he was complaining about a performance issue loading SharePoint and my response, figuring the most likely scenario was "Check your browser" but I put that in as a comment as I was taking a wild guess. In such a scenario, should we just simply be allowed to answer the question as such? Should we just have a tool to migrate a comment in as an answer? Curious what's the best way to handle that scenario.

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Delete comments and just make a new post as answer, if op thinks it's the right answer they will accept it or you will get up votes.

  • Yup. You could copy your comment as a starting point, but you probably will want to expand on the original comment to make a good answer.
    – SPDoctor
    Apr 30, 2013 at 13:43
  • In this particular answer, my creative juices run out at "Check your browser, different browsers do different things." How about this, I give full permission for anyone to plagiarize my answer mentioned above if they can do a better job than 2 sentences.
    – tekiegreg
    Apr 30, 2013 at 14:35

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