I have tried three times in the past day and a half to post responses to comments on several of my hubs. For some reason, I can't post comments. And, on occasion, when I click on a link to another hubber's page, or to find certain things, it won't open the page...it opens up a link to comcast, asking for personal information regarding my account. I have no idea what is going on. I have ran scans on my computer, restarted it, attempted to contact comcast, and nothing is resolved.
Why not get in touch with email@example.com... I have never come across such a problem here... Did you try another browser... just some loud thinking
Yeah, I usually use Mozilla, but tried IE...don't like IE at all, but checked it out. I think it might be an issue with Comcast, but have been having trouble getting a hold of them. Just wondered if anyone else was having issues posting comments.
I have had trouble today posting forum replies. I have had to type the same message more than once, because it won't publish the first time.
The comcast issue seems to be fixed, but still having trouble posting comments. I hope it is just a temporary glitch. Guess I will just wait it out.
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