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Haylen another strange happening
teddybear200 posted:
It has always been after you post something or just looked at a discussion and the replies one could just use the back arrow to go to the beginning again.

Lately the last 2 days the back arrow does not refresh anything on here I always have to use the Home tab. I use the back arrow on a regular basis everywhere else and it works fine, just not here.

And yes even after taking the survey, unbooking marking this page, logging out and in and rebooking marking the pop up still shows up.
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teddybear200 responded:
This back arrow problem is only on the diabetes forum. I have been to Dr. D's new blog post use the back arrow in a few places works great there.

Went to my other communities I frequent, the back arrow works great there in and out of posts.

Come here look at something and the back arrow will not work, I have to use the home button to return to the original posts.

What is going on with this Discussion forum?
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Haylen_WebMD_Staff replied to teddybear200's response:
Thanks Deb - adding it to the list!
nwsmom replied to Haylen_WebMD_Staff's response:
Add me to your list of "back arrow problems"....only on Web MD.

barb10562 replied to nwsmom's response:

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