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Guennadiy VANIN
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Why it was closed?
 
Marilyn de Queiroz
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Cindy moved it to the "General Computing" forum She said so in her comment in the "closed" thread. which you can still read. You just can't post any response to it here. You have to go to the new location in the General Computing forum to post a reply.
 
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Vanin, this forum is for discussing JavaRanch. It is not for discussing Java or SAP or HTML or the weather. That is why we have all those other forums out there.
 
Guennadiy VANIN
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Thanks, Thomas and Marilyn, once,
the problem, and frequent one, is that posting reply you do not see to what you are replying
Second problem, closing does not prevent opening new FORM for posting reply.
I have just rechecked it, again
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The problem, and frequent one, is that posting reply you do not see to what you are replying

This depends on your browser. Some browsers show the original message at the bottom of the "Post A Reply" page. Others don't.

One way around this is to right click on the "Post Reply" button and "Open Link in New Window". Then your reply will be in a separate window from the original post and you will be able to see both.
 
Guennadiy VANIN
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Marilyn,
thanks; I am just forgetting obvious. Now that you remind me, I can tell that you that SHift-click immideately opens in a new window.
Without necessity to choose in a list after right-clicking. Thanks again for arranging a confusion in my head.
 
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