The updates on time are not updating correctly. under "4 hours" are still showing numbers that are well over 24 hours old; the 4-hour ones should have re-set to zero.
I often re-visit my comments, and I'm sure others do as well, or this feature would have no need to exist. It is enjoyable to see what others have said since, and now and then engage in a brief exchange with the hubber who wrote the piece.
I am often tricked, however, into thinking there has been a new comment posted because there is "1" (or some other number) showing up in the '4-hour' column.
It is also inconsistent. Sometimes it re-sets, other times not.
Perhaps someone could look into this apparent bug? Thank you.
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