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In the past, from my profile page, in the hubtivity section, I could click "this comment" to go directly to the comment I previously posted on someone's Hub. Doesn't seem to be working now. Instead, I just get landed at the top of the destination Hub.
It's a funny sensation. I keep waiting for the page to drop down to the comment I made, but it doesn't. Sort of like, the electric power goes off in your house, and you know it, but by reflex you keep hitting light switches as you enter or leave different rooms.
It would be nice to have that convenience back.
I get landed on the first comment, even if there are 100. I have to scroll down to see mine or the last one, even in my own hub.
I've noticed the same issue recently. Just since yesterday, I'd say.
We're on it. Expect to have this fixed by sometime next week (I know... you'll have to wait through the weekend, sorry!)
ST, I'm going to link to this in the "Current glitches" thread that I started. There are many little glitches occurring now, and I thought it might be helpful to sort of centralize them.
You have said such nice things about me today - I hardly even know how to begin to thank you, but I do!!
Just trying to do what I can - but believe me, there are plenty of times when I would rather be good at making money than at being a "helper"!
I think I have a sense of what you mean about being better at helping than at making money. Some of us have an internal urge that drives us to do the helpful thing, whether it's part of our jobs or not. Some of that urge might be altruistic, but much of it may be that we simply see an effective way to do something and feel compelled to share it, whether we get paid for it or not.
You know this HP venue very well and are forthcoming with your help, plus you are a fabulous communicator...HP should hire you.
Being the kind of person who is a helper and quite often not paid for it I had to find a business which actually paid me for helping others. My problem now is I am still broke because I use what I am paid to help more people.
I truly hope there is a heaven which has a place in it for helpful people. One of the things that helped me survive being in a wheelchair was that in some way I was still useful. Believe me with no memory and being wheelchair bound I felt useless for quite a while.
I am sure they will fix the current problems with hub pages, how long those fixes will last is another thing. I have always found the inconveniences a little annoying but am still part of hub pages because the people who publish here make it a worthwhile place to be.
This is an example where a simple HP forum thread becomes a venue of insight and wisdom. It's why I remain at HP, even though my happy income of a few months ago is no more, and I do feel sour about a few things.
wheelinallover, you said so much in so few words. Things are what they are, and we can go with them for the good or fight against them for the questionable.
I really agree with that first paragraph, ST! You have said so much, beautifully and succinctly. Thank you for the kind things you have said in the second paragraph. I'm not so sure they are deserved, but I do appreciate them.
wheelinallover, it is a pleasure to meet you. I'm not sure we have interacted in the forums yet, but I am glad to in this small way here and I look forward to getting to know you much better. I firmly believe that actual actions trump our intentions (like mine), no matter how genuine the intentions may be! And I also believe that our actions tell more about what's in our heart than our words do.
Sally's Trove, again beautifully stated. I know of nothing of value that I can add. Thank you for your insights!
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