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    The index table on the forum is throwing an error whenever posts are made but the posts themselves are there.

    Please bear with us as we work with WowBB support to get this fixed.

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    It seems like it's also not notifying new posts on subscribed threads either. Same problem?
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    roscoe13 wrote:
    It seems like it's also not notifying new posts on subscribed threads either. Same problem?
    I suspect so. We hope to have it fixed soon.



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    Hmm good to know it wasn't just me and my rebel web browser (Firefox)...

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    imperialism2024 wrote:
    Hmm good to know it wasn't just me and my rebel web browser (Firefox)...
    I do love this rebel though.

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    UPDATE: I am still awaiting a fix from WowBB tech support.

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    I know you are waiting for a patch. But just to let others know, refreshing the page after you post and get an SQL error will also double post you as many times as you refresh.

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    This error sucks! It is seriously a pain in the ass. Can't wait for a fix

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    This error sucks! It is seriously a pain in the ass. Can't wait for a fix

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    This error sucks! It is seriously a pain in the ass. Can't wait for a fix

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    LMAO....I've been busy deleting the multiple posts all over the forum, but I just HAVE to leave those three above. That's hysterical!!!



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    Seaching in the forums is generating a sql error, too.

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    I blame LEO229.

    I have nothing to back that statement up, but what they hey. . .229's fault!
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    If it helps, I'm not receiving notifications when a thread has been updated.



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    Not receiving updates here, either. Maybe we should just upgrade to a 3-dimensional forum system.

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    Edits work fine but still throw errors too.
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    imperialism2024 wrote:
    Hmm good to know it wasn't just me and my rebel web browser (Firefox)...
    Pfft, rebel browser.

    *opens a dozen tabs in Opera at once*
    Why open carry? Because 1911 > 911.

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    AbNo wrote:
    imperialism2024 wrote:
    Hmm good to know it wasn't just me and my rebel web browser (Firefox)...
    Pfft, rebel browser.

    *opens a dozen tabs in Opera at once*
    I still can't send or read PM's with Opera and have to use the devil browser (IE) in order to do that one task. Otherwise, it's a ditto for me as well, I rarely have less than 10-15 tabs open at once.
    -Unrequited

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    BobCav wrote:
    LMAO....I've been busy deleting the multiple posts all over the forum, but I just HAVE to leave those three above. That's hysterical!!!

    Does that three round burst require a $200 tax stamp?

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    BobCav wrote:
    LMAO....I've been busy deleting the multiple posts all over the forum, but I just HAVE to leave those three above. That's hysterical!!!


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    unrequited wrote:
    AbNo wrote:
    imperialism2024 wrote:
    Hmm good to know it wasn't just me and my rebel web browser (Firefox)...
    Pfft, rebel browser.

    *opens a dozen tabs in Opera at once*
    I still can't send or read PM's with Opera and have to use the devil browser (IE) in order to do that one task. Otherwise, it's a ditto for me as well, I rarely have less than 10-15 tabs open at once.
    pffft to firefox ? naw, I have 10-20 tabs open with Bon Echo at once too ... .... firefox is my most prefered browser !! Hail Rebel Firefox !!

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    Springfield45 wrote:
    unrequited wrote:
    AbNo wrote:
    imperialism2024 wrote:
    Hmm good to know it wasn't just me and my rebel web browser (Firefox)...
    Pfft, rebel browser.

    *opens a dozen tabs in Opera at once*
    I still can't send or read PM's with Opera and have to use the devil browser (IE) in order to do that one task. Otherwise, it's a ditto for me as well, I rarely have less than 10-15 tabs open at once.
    pffft to firefox ? naw, I have 10-20 tabs open with Bon Echo at once too ... .... firefox is my most prefered browser !! Hail Rebel Firefox !!
    With the ietab plugin available for those few sites that require IE, why use anything else?
    Bob Owens @ Bearing Arms (paraphrased): "These people aren't against violence; they're very much in favor of violence. They're against armed resistance."

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    deepdiver wrote:
    With the ietab plugin available for those few sites that require IE, why use anything else?
    If a site requires IE, it simply does not get my patronage. That's partly out of geek principle, but mostly because I don't use Microsoft Windows, so IE is a royal PITA for me to use. I have to fire up a VMware virtual machine running WinXP, just to run a browser? Nope, just not going there.

    OTOH, I find that lots of sites that claim to require IE don't, really. With the Firefox "User Agent Switcher" plugin, FF can claim to be IE (or whatever), and that's often enough. I generally avoid sites that require that kind of crap, too, but it's not as bad as actually having to use IE.

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    swillden wrote:
    deepdiver wrote:
    With the ietab plugin available for those few sites that require IE, why use anything else?
    If a site requires IE, it simply does not get my patronage. That's partly out of geek principle, but mostly because I don't use Microsoft Windows, so IE is a royal PITA for me to use. I have to fire up a VMware virtual machine running WinXP, just to run a browser? Nope, just not going there.

    OTOH, I find that lots of sites that claim to require IE don't, really. With the Firefox "User Agent Switcher" plugin, FF can claim to be IE (or whatever), and that's often enough. I generally avoid sites that require that kind of crap, too, but it's not as bad as actually having to use IE.
    Does the User Agent Switcher do kind of the same thing as the IEtab plugin ( https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/1419 ) ?

    For business my office receives many IE only documents secured in different manners. The IEtab plugin allows me to have Firefox implemented company wide with minimal training. But if the User Agent Switcher does the same thing, perhaps more easily, I am rather interested. (As this thread is about a computer crash this is loosely on topic although generally off topic so a PM response may be better than a thread response. ) I appreciate any information.
    Bob Owens @ Bearing Arms (paraphrased): "These people aren't against violence; they're very much in favor of violence. They're against armed resistance."

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    Testing ...

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