Replied to a post, hit preview. Page went to sign in screen. Signed in. Then taken to an empty reply screen. Clicked browser back button but only took me back to the main page. I must have been signed in when I hit reply because I was using chronological view rather than thread view which is the default when not signed in. Is it possible my login timed out while I was replying? If so, is there some way this can happen gracefully and not cause the loss of a post?
When I hit preview, the text must have been in the form data set. Can't this be temporarily stored if a sign in is required then retrieved after successful sign in?
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