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Have you ever had problems posting on Wright Chat?

Poll ended at Thu Mar 08, 2007 9:36 pm

No problems here. Wright Chat software works well.
10
83%
I routinely trick the web site so that I can post. I.e. I click the submit button multiple times for a post.
1
8%
Routinely I am stopped from posting by the software.
1
8%
 
Total votes: 12

pharding
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Posting problems

Post by pharding »

For some absurd reason. I can post a new message, but I cannot post a reply from my home computer to a thread. I have tried numerous suggested approaches to do so.



I can post a reply from my Blackberry.



I can sometimes post a reply on my office computer.



The front office is looking into it. I will be happy when it is fixed.

SDR
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Post by SDR »

Interesting. My vote represents the sole voice for the second option, so far. I have to get back to the thread after being diverted to the index, and can then reply (though it didn't happen on the present occasion). It seems that perhaps the poster's equipment is part of the equation. How far back in time does the problem go for you, Paul ?

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