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"Ran into some problems"


1990RangerinSK

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@Jim Oaks there seems to be a problem, here. Might want to get it fixed.
 


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Jim Oaks

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You apparently have a problem.


Unfortunately I don't know what it is, because I don't know what you're trying to do.


Sorry.
 

1990RangerinSK

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You apparently have a problem.


Unfortunately I don't know what it is, because I don't know what you're trying to do.


Sorry.
I hit the "post reply" button at the bottom of the quick reply box by mistake (rather than the back button on my browser. Got that error message, and thought I'd have a little fun. You're right, the problem is behind my keyboard. It was a PEBKAC error (Problem Exists between Keyboard and Chair).

I thought the error message was funny (because there's obviously something wrong - there was nothing to post), so I thought I'd give everybody a little laugh.
 

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In theory, theory and practice are the same. In practice, they are different.
Sometimes I’ll type a reply and then decide not to say anything. So i delete it and hit “post reply” since there is no cancel button. I usually get that message and everything is fine. But sometimes after i do that, the next time i come back o that thread, all my typing shows back up ready to post.

I haven’t found a “cancel” button.

I just deal with it and go on.
 

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Sometimes I’ll type a reply and then decide not to say anything. So i delete it and hit “post reply” since there is no cancel button. I usually get that message and everything is fine. But sometimes after i do that, the next time i come back o that thread, all my typing shows back up ready to post.

I haven’t found a “cancel” button.

I just deal with it and go on.
The second "tool"... I don't know what it's actually called... in from the right. in the tool bar... looks like a disc... click the down arrow and you can save your draft or delete your draft. Your posts get auto saved... and if you just backspace it out... it will show up next time you go to the thread. If you click the tool and delete the draft... it will be gone next time.
 

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My credo
In theory, theory and practice are the same. In practice, they are different.
Many times the tool bar is grayed out and i don't have access to it. Like right now. Might be just when i’m on my work phone which is an iphone. Sometimes i have to get creative to post what i want.
 

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Holy multiple tabs batman.
 


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