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Re: Posting on a Thread Has Changed...?

No problem on my laptop with Windows 8.1.

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Re: Posting on a Thread Has Changed...?

Other than the quote not copying the posters name, no issues.  I'm on a kindle.

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Re: Posting on a Thread Has Changed...?

All kinds of strange technical "goings on" at the Q this weekend.    Guess the IT team is working in the "control room".............

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Re: Posting on a Thread Has Changed...?

SeaMaiden, What you describe as a new "change" is the way it has ALWAYS appeared to me. After posting, I'm not automatically returned anywhere. I have to click back into that thread or wherever I want to go from "Posted".
I'm sure it varies depending on what device you are using, your browser, OS, and all that.
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Re: Posting on a Thread Has Changed...?


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@SeaMaiden wrote:

Now when I post on a thread,  after I hit send  I am taken to a BLANK page that says POSTED!   Then I have to click onto the thread again in the community menu to return to the thread.....

 

 Prior to this change..... after posting on a thread, I would be taken back  to the Thread  where I left off and  it said:

 

"To go  to your  post click here".

 

Anyone else notice this change?  I do not care for it as it makes you have to do more unnecessary steps....

 


 

 

 

the only problem i am having currently is the "wrote" issue when quoting.

i am on a laptop using firefox.


@sunshine45

 

I am on Google Chrome on a lap top and get that "posted" issue where my post comes back to me and looks like it hasnt gotten posted, then I have to see if my response got posted. it usually has.  It doesnt happen all the time just occasionally..............

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