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Ron McLeod
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I've had this happen a few times now and I am wondering if it is a result of something I did (or said) or a site issue:
  • While browsing through the Recent Topics list, I click on a link for a topic.
  • I reply to the posting.
  • I check the My Posts listing, and I see the topic and see that I was the last poster.
  • I click on the link for the topic, and I get a the message The topic you are trying to see does not exist.
  • If I check back later after someone else has posted a reply, I see the Last post by field updated with another user's name, but I am still unable to view the topic.

  • For the most recent occurrence is for topic 632794 in the Beginning Java forum, titled java. When I try to navigate to this topic, I get directed to URL:
    http://www.coderanch.com/forums/posts/list/632794?OWASP_CSRFTOKEN=TMX1-IEQ3-O7KU-MYW6-UDR0-FV3Z-3K9C-V8W7#2898003

    Thanks - Ron
     
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    Thanks for reporting the problem. There was nothing wrong on your end. It is a known bug, and we are working on considering a fix.

    Just to clarify: your replies are not lost. In this particular case, the original question was put on probation to let the original poster fix some issues with it, and is not accessible to others. When (if) the OP is done fixing it, the post, including your reply, will appear again.
     
    Ron McLeod
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    Got it - thanks for the explanation Martin.
     
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