Anyone missing their reply/deny button. Mine is gone so I cannot reply except to one.
No, I haven't noticed. I will have to investigate that one.
I've seen them disappear but sometimes if you log out and log back in they're there! It's a Christmas miracle, sometimes.
Thanks for asking this question because this makes me crazy. When want to reply to a comment I first have to type some giberish into my comment field, then edit it, and then delete it. Only after going through this do I get the reply button.
This is just hubpages screwing up again. And Again.
My reply deny tab is still there. I last used it a couple of hours ago. Try signing our of your account. Closing your computer down and restarting it. It may just be that your computer is having difficulty loading the full page. Good Luck. I hope this helps.
My tabs are still there, it was probably just a glitch. HubPages has made lots of changes, but if they have taken away those buttons then they are really off their rocker.
I still have mine. Sometimes HP can get a little overwhelmed. I have had certain things disappeared only to come back in an hour and it's there. Sometimes rebooting your computer might help. No rhyme or reason!
I don't think I understand the question. I always see an approve or a deny button, not a reply/deny button. If I have more than one comment to respond to, I finish one then hit the F5 (refresh) key to get back to the other comments in order to approve them. I apologize if I'm not understanding.....
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