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Thread poster: Steffen Pollex
Steffen Pollex  Identity Verified
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Oct 5, 2003


for nearly one week now, I have been unable to view my own postings in the forums and the comments I provide on others' answers.

Everytime I try to post something, in the beginning I get a message saying:

"Error in line 12. Syntax error. Start "Debug" mode?"

Then I choose "No", the window for entering the forum posting appears, I enter my information, and then, after hitting the "post" button, it is not visible to me on the screen.

At the same time, all my forum postings seem to appear, and peers respond to them, of which i am informed by the respective mails from KudoZ.

I can't really figure out what might have happened.

Any ideas?

Thank you in advance

[Edited at 2003-10-05 09:07]

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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
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Your postings are visible - moving the thread Oct 5, 2003

Hi Steffen,
I can see your postings - which browser are you using, on which OS?

Gruß Ralf

PS I have moved the thread to the "Bugs" forum.

[Edited at 2003-10-05 08:57]

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Steffen Pollex  Identity Verified
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Thank you, Ralf Oct 5, 2003

I am using IE 5.5.1 on Windows 2000.

What confuses me is that I can see my postings too but only when being logged out. This seems to have happened to others, too.

At the moment, being logged in, I can't see the heading of my thread, neither on the index page, nore on the "content" site of the "bugs" forum.

I can only guess on a conflict with "Norton"?

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