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    Default Double posts.

    I have been seeing a lot of double posts and it happened to me today.

    After posting it asked if I wanted to leave the page. I clicked yes and there were 2 identical posts.

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    Default Re: Double posts.

    As a workaround, if you click on the X in the box that asks if you want to leave (rather than Yes or No) it will not create the duplicate posts.

    Aaron Z
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    Default Re: Double posts.

    do you then have to refresh the page? mine hangs there waiting...

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    Default Re: Double posts.

    Quote Originally Posted by aczlan View Post
    As a workaround, if you click on the X in the box that asks if you want to leave (rather than Yes or No) it will not create the duplicate posts.

    Aaron Z
    I didn't know that; glad for the information. We're having lots of double posting. Whenever I see a double, I delete one of them, and of course sometimes the double posting is my own.
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    Default Re: Double posts.

    for me ( just checked it )... if I hit the x.. my machine does not procede to the posted screen..

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    Default Re: Double posts.

    Quote Originally Posted by Soundguy View Post
    for me ( just checked it )... if I hit the x.. my machine does not procede to the posted screen..
    Correct, it leaves you there at the composing page but it posts 1 copy of your post.

    Aaron Z
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    Default Re: Double posts.

    weird. I'll have to close it next time i see it then refresh the page and see if it actually makes it.

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