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.
I find that quite often lately, John. I simply delete the duplicates, including my own. It's quite annoying. Each respondent can delete their duplicates if they show up immediately. If comments are set to not show until the author approves or denies, it's up to the author to go thru and delete the duplicates.
Also, check for spam. I've had some of my followers comments show up as spam and I don't catch it until I run back thru the thread and mark them at "not spam" and approve them. Tedious, for sure.
Hopefully, admin will see this discussion and fix the bug.
It sees to have subsided. Let us know if you are seeing new instances of duplicate comments.
Yes, they are doubling everywhere! I noticed when I commented somewhere, there were two and I was able to delete one before it became permanent, but on another I did not catch it in time. So, it would be up to the author of the hub to remove those. I wonder if it is best to leave them or delete them, for we don't want a lot of deletes showing up on a hub?
So are you seeing it occur right now when you post a comment?
For the past couple of days I have, but since I have been home this evening, they are not doubling.
I commented on a comment on my hub today and it duplicated itself to the extent of four. But when I tried to change the comment I had made, so there wouldn't be three deletions showing, it didn't accept my changes, so there are still the three deletions and the original.
Could be worse, I suppose; Have you ever tried commenting using a Smartphone?
Aaaarrghhh! It takes minutes for each letter and after working on a simple four or five sentence passage, HubPages closes itself down or just runs away into a corner to hide.
It took me over half an hour last night to send a message to someone on my hub... and as it was the Divine Nellieanna, I didn't want it to be rubbish.
But it was.
But as you know, Jodah, she is amazing, and didn't complain.
I also experienced this problem sometimes. One of my reply to another hubber comment also got doubled. I deleted it soon. But there is still the remark appearing there on my hub mentioning that the author has deleted this comment. It is very awkward to me whenever I see it there even now.
It is a kind of technical problem. Might be it takes some abnormal time in publishing the comment and meanwhile, we think that it has not got clicked rightly and we click it again. That way it happens.
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