Context: Someone in a group that I’m following asked a what the この in the following sentence stands for:
I was thinking: can’t it be possible that the この here essentially means the same thing as ここの. So the latter one just got changed into the first? A possible reason for the change might be the lack of space, as you can see on the screenshot I provided along with this post.
So in short: is it possible for ここの to be changed into この given the right circumstances?