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    TECHNICAL PROBLEMS - LOSING POST
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    davedsel57 posted:
    Maybe it is because today is Halloween. The posting poltergeists must be haunting the WebMD communities again. I just lost a fairly long reply to backbreaking's "Picture and story" post.

    I am still seeing double, even triple postings in all communities I visit.

    This is extremely frustrating and I really hope it gets resolved soon.
    Click on my user name or avatar picture to read my story.

    Blessings,

    -Dave
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    bj1208 responded:
    Hi Dave - glad u brought this up again -

    I've noticed that some of my responses have disappeared but thought it was me thinking I didn't respond!!

    when I respond to a post and it's a long one I will copy every so often that way if I do lose the post I won't have much to re-write. I know it can be a pain but it does save-face for those long winded posts.
    Take care~~

    ~~ Joy ~~


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