Whenever you click on the option of Show - "Your"- at the top of the page where the three tabs are, All, Your, and Unanswered, you go to a page that simply is a mess to even begin to comprehend. One example is displayed in the image included. It hurts my eyes to even try to decipher it!
Dale, you need to tell which browser and version you are using. I checked the "Your" forum posts page in Safari with no problem at all.
Chrome, Windows 7 64-bit.
The other pages look just fine. The "your" is the only one that looks like this.
Edit: Just went and checked again. Same display. It did not heal overnight, lol.
This is NOT the main forum feed on the right of the main forum link that comes up.
This is from the forums that I click on in the blue table over on the left, such as this technical forum.
It's good that you pointed that out. I checked several of the forum category pages, and I do have problems, using Safari, for the Your Forum Posts pages on several (not all) of them. It is definitely a mess. Just for good measure, I checked Unanswered, and I did not see a problem with that page.
Edit: For example
Myself as well, the "Your" was the only tab I am seeing that in. I do use these tabs quite often to go back and see what has had responses. I simply cannot "follow" all that I may comment in as my notifications gets overloaded.
I do basically the same as you, Dale, and for the same reason. But I have only accessed "Your" from the main forum feed, not from individual categories.
I hope the staff will see this soon and get it straightened out. In the meantime, you could try just using the main forum feed tab for Your Posts.
The plot thickens. I see the same thing you do - garbage - when using those links. Interestingly, it looks like the AP private forums did when the forum changes were first made.
Dale, I don't get those three tabs in any of the sub-forums. I only ever see those options when I'm viewing the main forum feed. How are you finding this? (i.e. give us an URL)
Yes definitely an issue with the links provided and I am using Chrome.
I'm on Chrome today--no problems. I just opened and tried IE-8 and Firefox--no problems with either of them.
From the get go HP has said it doesn't work too well on Internet Explorer.
Weird, as I've never had any problems with it, and I was always on IE. I've only recently been using Chrome or Firefox for other reasons, namely, they are more stable for the games I play on FaceBook...IE crashes all the time with the games. But, I've never had a problem with it here.
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