On more than one occasion I have lost the reply to or my comments when I diverge over to another hub and then wish to return to the comment or reply that I submitted.
IMPORTANT NOTE: I have hit submit and then I hit the hot link to the fellow Hubber I am replying to or I navigate to another hot link provided in another comment.
Am I loosing it in my middle age? Am I hitting the back button too many times. Where is the comment or reply that I so marvelously crafted?
It is always better that you write your comments on a txt file before trying to post them on websites.
In this way you will also avoid the crashing problem.
Sometime the browser can crash, so you will lose what you where writing. Other time there may be a problem with the website itself, for example a script that makes the browser slow.
If you write everything on notepad, for example, you will never have problems because you copy paste your comment.
by Sue B. 5 years ago
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by Isabella Mukanda-Shamambo 6 years ago
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by Jill Spencer 7 years ago
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by Michelle Liew 5 years ago
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by John Hansen 3 years ago
I am having trouble replying to comment, but when I finally do my post is appearing twice. All new comments appearing on my hubs are duplicate too.
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