Has anyone else had this problem with the Q&A section?
I clicked on "answer this question," and instead of giving me the box in which to put my reply, it sent me back to my main feed page. This has happened before, as well.
Please don't give me any nonsense about trying a different browser, re-booting, clearing cookies, cache, running virus scans, etc...that's already been done.
I am merely wondering if anyone else has ever experienced this issue.
I think HP is having problems. I've clicked on several forum notifications lately and have come up with zero. Just a list of other topics posted in that particular forum, but nothing new posted. Except for this one. What gives?
I actually haven't seen a question come into my inbox, so I can't answer your specific question.
In this context, it wastes time, having to reply to 'suggestions' that have already been tried, and did not work.
I have nothing against silliness and nonsense in other areas; after all, I was a member of a comedy improvisation troupe for several years.
You were, really? That must have been a blast.
Anyway, I have not run into to the problem you are asking about.
No. They have worked all right for me all day. Did you check your computer?
Of course, since I always ended up getting that as a first suggestion, I now try to 'beat them to the punch,' and do all that first, and say so in the description of the problem, thereby letting them know not to make that suggestion.
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