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Posted by Dr Andus
Dec 3, 2017 at 12:31 PM

 

Lucine wrote:
>I’m new to the forum and made a first post months ago, but it never
>showed up, and I didn’t receive any feedback over it being rejected for
>posting either. Any idea why that would be the case?

The fact that your post show up here suggests that you’ve already been approved as member. So welcome and post away.

 


Posted by Chris Murtland
Dec 3, 2017 at 06:09 PM

 

Hi Lucine,

I apologize for missing your first post. The number of spam registrations/posts has really gone up in the past year, and sometimes I miss legitimate first-time postings as a result. I do plan on improving the spam prevention and making some other improvements, but haven’t had much spare time lately.

Welcome to the forum!
Chris

Lucine wrote:
Hey Chris,
> >I’m new to the forum and made a first post months ago, but it never
>showed up, and I didn’t receive any feedback over it being rejected for
>posting either. Any idea why that would be the case?

 


Posted by washere
Dec 4, 2017 at 12:02 AM

 

I registered recently and posted, it did not show up. Being an ex coder, I felt it was a sys glitch. I posted again fairly immediately and it showed up immediately and knew I was right.

Also yesterday in a thread two users posts were DP’ed (not a porn term, forum jargon for Double-Posted), just the usual occasional glitches with almost all forum wares.

This outlining field is a fairly small interest area. It is not exactly a forum for gamers or dating or cars or politics etc or whatever is popular with billions online these days.

It seemed obvious to me even before the admin is fairly out of free time, like so many of us, but genuinely interested in providing a space for members having something to say about outlining. So any lurkers having to wait for approval or having to re-post, do persist.

 


Posted by MadaboutDana
Dec 4, 2017 at 11:14 AM

 

I’ve noticed the double-posting glitch generally happens over slow internet connections. No idea why that should be, but it’s not a major issue.

 


Posted by Amontillado
Dec 4, 2017 at 02:09 PM

 

I had two posts that doubled, but I think the problem was external to this site. Note well, lest I forfeit status as a (l)user, I must deny any culpability.

In defense, I’ve found my trackpad changes it’s demeanor a little when the battery runs low. I swear sometimes the haptic click-back gets delayed just enough for me to try again.

The reaction time of a cheetah can be such a burden. Fortunately, age will cure that before long. Sigh.

 


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