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peterm
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Post by peterm »

Is anyone else receiving this message when attempting to post, or is my computer just massively infected?


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SDR
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Post by SDR »

No; I very occasionally get this notice, when replying to a new-post e-mail: "this thread does not exist." It happened twice yesterday.

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FarmerBill
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Post by FarmerBill »

When trying to read some of the older threads, I get the message "No posts exist for this topic." I emailed the Admin. Sounds like there are a few different glitches happening lately.

SDR
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Post by SDR »

Does that occur when you've found a thread in the list of discussions, and you try to call up that thread ?


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FarmerBill
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Post by FarmerBill »

I went to pg. 72 of the discussion posts (threads, topics, whatever you want to call them). When I click on almost any Topic on that page, I get the "No posts exist for this topic" message, even though the topic indicates that there are several replies. I think I found several topics on that page that worked normally, but most of them do not.

Granted, the posts on pg. 72 are 5 years old, but they should still be viewable.

SDR
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Post by SDR »

Huh -- I just tried the same thing, and got only two threads (DC, and Wynant). In the first half of page 71, only the first three topics were available. Quite odd . . .

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Admin
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Post by Admin »

I am sorry to hear that the older posts may not be displaying correctly on your machines. We have not enacted expiration dates so the age, as one member pointed out, should not be a factor. A quick check on my machine confirmed that all posts are accessible.

We will look into this issue although the variety of computers, browsers, privacy settings, etc. could severely complicate this issue.

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