as above. when I save my replies they don't show up in the thread sometimes. it's annoying. does it have anything to do with links or pictures attached?
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Sometimes i have to wait ten minutes before a post shows up, is that what you mean or do you mean it never shows up.
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Hi I have had this problem I think it was due to pressing the preview button not sure though:)
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never show up. and to be more precise, it only happens recently, like since a few weeks time. I also noticed that posts rejected contained links. but not all of them, so I don't know if this is the issue.
Are these posts made via a "smart" phone of some sort?
Pretty much anything to do with these forums is over complicated for the mobile user.
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While trying to post a new topic, what I write about is much smaller than normal, and, when I click save, I get a message saying Body field is required.
This has only happened since I started using my new laptop, any ideas what is happening please?
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Thanks John, I've switched to Google Chrome, and will see if this solves the problem. I've just remembered that I have had a problem with Smileys too, so hopefully this will solve that too.
Posted new topic with Chrome without a problem, thanks John.
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