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Well, not really a problem, but what appears to be a technical glitch: is it only me, or does it happen to others that the forum sometimes looks different? That is, lacking parts of the layout (e.g., not displaying the number of edits).

Posted on: 2012/7/15 15:27


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Morgan wrote:
Well, not really a problem, but what appears to be a technical glitch: is it only me, or does it happen to others that the forum sometimes looks different? That is, lacking parts of the layout (e.g., not displaying the number of edits).


I can't say that I have noticed it.

Posted on: 2012/7/15 15:52


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I have now compared with different computers; appears like it has to do with me (still!) using WinXP on my old laptop: the forum looks normal on my wife's Windows 7 laptop.

I'll edit yours too & see what appears...
--Khamul

Posted on: 2012/7/15 16:44

Edited by Khamul on 2012/7/16 4:21:43


Re: Discussion forum problem
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Sometimes I'm not entirely clear when I see stuff --others do; what with me having administration functions. I've definitely edited posts before and the forum edit hasn't appeared. We'll see what Jeremy has to say for himself!

BH

I've just added this, to see if the edit is recorded to the bottom right.
And again, with a little more delay between original post & edit...

Posted on: 2012/7/16 4:19
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Well, I edited my own (twice) and I don't see any mention of edit (in the post immediately above); although you might. (I've edited my own posts before, & usually the blurb appears.) I edited yours, Morgan, and it has indeed added the forum edit blurb.

BH

Posted on: 2012/7/16 4:24
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