I had a difficult time approving comments from my Account page:
Then, when I finally got one approved, I went to the Hub to make a reply and my reply posted 3 times! I removed the extra ones, but I'm afraid to comment on anyone else's Hub because the same thing might happen.
Yes, there seems to have been issues here of late with comments and spam comments. Then people not being able to comment on hubs as after one types the comment then hits post, it does not post and just jumps to the top of the pages. This happened when I published a hub over the weekend. It was finally fixed. Team HubPages said there was a major bug. It has caused several types of glitches as links taking you to a totally different hub when clicked on. Then Groups not available but that has just been fixed a few hours ago.
That is the same message I was getting all weekend.
I did some testing and confirmed that the approved filter is timing out in some circumstances for comment moderation.
http://hubpages.com/my/hubs/comments?co … r=Approved
@Writer Fox Are you still seeing that error? Is it related to a specific action or comment on a particular Hub?
I'm wondering why you needed to go to the hub to reply. Are you finding that you can't reply from the global comment management page after approving a comment?
I was afraid it wouldn't work today because of the problems I had getting the comment approved. So, I went to the Hub to make my reply. (I thought I could out-fox the bug!)
You don't need to out-fox anything. You ARE the Fox!
I have missed this particular bug.
I have another problem in the same area of my account. For months now I can't manage to open the page that shows APPROVED comments. I need to open this page as I save it as a source of reference and memory.
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