I just noticed that when visiting someone else's HP profile page, the report link in the top right corner overlays the follow / unfollow button. Anyone else having this problem?
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Hi Arachnea. This issue should be in the forum: HubPages Official and under "Technical Problems". Matt will see it and get to the problem quicker.
That is weird that they overlap like that.
Yes. I know to post it there, Phyllis, thank you. However, I wanted to be sure I wasn't the only one before doing so. If I were, I'd do a bit more on my puter to be sure it wasn't something in my system first, before reporting it as a tech issue. Thank you.
When I go to your Profile, the buttons are completely overlapped:
yes, that's what mine looks like until i hover the cursor over it. to get the follow button to work, one has to click the far left of the button or the report pane comes up.
I'm experiencing this same thing whenever I visit anyone else's profile.
Using the most recent version of Chrome on a desktop PC, if that matters.
I have not seen this bug yet, thankfully, but I have another link bug. I like the forums, at times, and follow a few here and there. As you know, there's an email update every time someone makes a post. Said email includes a link to stop following the discussion if one desires.
I woke today to a batch of emails, too many, like a small invasion. Not one of the stop following links works. They all said the thread did not exist. Funny, at the same time I was clicking it I was getting new email notifications on said threads.
I emailed the team and hope the issue gets resolved before my email box goes the way of many a small nation and is overrun by an invading force.
I also noticed this!
When I saw it, I just laughed and shook my head.
You don't mind if I follow you and report you at the same time, do you?
I haven't seen this happen, at least not yet. Definitely strange!
Yes I just visited a couple of profiles and this is still happening, the "report" button is covering the "follow/unfollow". I usually get problems like ths when using the iPad, but never on the computer. Another to add to the recent glitches here.
I just checked mine and I do not have a follow tab it is completely gone. This place is becoming so strange.
Purvis: I saw same on mine. But, I went to your profile, the follow button is there but the report button is only seen if you hover over the follow/unfollow tab. What is going on at Hub Pages?
Thanks LindaSmith1 for checking it out. I suppose we need some bug spray. Living in the country I am use to bugs getting on my porch, but never in my computer. HA!
I saw it on any profile I visited earlier this evening.
Hello #PurvisBobbi44, Since you are going around spraying bugs, I might mention another one I have had for a few days. On one of my hubs [George Clooney] the poll has 3 responses, but wont go back to blanks for any new voter.
It wont make much difference to George's marriage prospects, so I let it be! LOL!!
At your profile page the buttons are completely overlapped (I looked), as are mine. You have to sign out to view yours as others see it. I have not checked, however, my guess is everyone's profile page has the same technical error. :}
Mine, too. I have been seeing it on everyone's profile that I checked. I commented on the other thread about this.
It's definitely a bug. HubPages engineers are working on it.
Thank you. I suspect it's coding or something. Glad it's not my area of expertise as I'd be useless.
Now with regard to bugs. Are which phylum or division, class, order, family, genus and species are we dealing with? Inquiring minds wanna know.
I was glad to see the engineers here at HP are working on it. I see it on everyone's profile that I have checked - still.
This morning, the "Report" button is on the far right. I checked several hubs, and the bug seems to be fixed!
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