Has anyone else had issues with posting ont he boards today? Earlier I kept getting a bunch of coded mumbo jumbo when I would click on a post to read it. Now, when I try to reply or post I hit submit and it doesn't do anything... The page refreshes but it wants me to hit post again... and none of my responses are coming up. These new boards suck so much I don't even want to post any more.
Can you tell me what browser you use and whether you use multiple tabs or one tab? I was out yesterday so didn't run into issues, but I will check into them. I know that some members did have some issues but we need details to keep them from happening again.
So: Browser (IE, Firefox) Version (7.0, 8.0, 3.5, 3.6, etc) One tab, many tabs What you were doing when it happened/happens
Also, anytime you run into this sort of issue, don't hesitate to send an email to email@example.com to get the tech team right on it.
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