I don't know if this is an error
The image is too small. here is the link
Why does it say that my comment has been submitted even though I have made no comment on the hub.I am not associated with any of the account seen in the screengrab above.
First off, its your hub.
Secondly, someone made a comment on it and it is showing you who made the comment. The person who made the comment isn't you.
That is not my hub .I did not write it. When I logged in, that was the first hub in the hub feed that is shown by default to all members. I was just going to scroll down when "Your Comment has been submitted" caught my attention. This is shown only to the person who has made the comment. But I have not made that comment.I am not associated with that account in any way.So why is it coming up in my homepage feed ?
Yes, The screengrab is small . So I have provided a tinypic link to the bigger size screen grab
It is just your feed. You are either following the person whose hub it is or you are following the category. That is all. I see that all the time if the comments have not been approved yet. It does not mean "you", it is telling the person who submitted the comment that it has to be approved.
The screengrab is so small, I can't tell for sure-- can't see the screen name, but it doesn't look like your avatar. Are you sure the message is to you?
That's the comment I made on your hub (small world). It's a few lines long and concerns my thoughts on Johnny Depp movies I like and don't. Are you unable to approve it? That's strange. I would imagine you can do so in your profile or account area. If not maybe it's a temporary glitch.
I just reread your post and notice that the hub is not yours. Therefore,tThere's no issue then basically. When it says "your comment" it is referencing the person making the comment, not you.
On the image he posted? No, it's my profile pic and my name (in the comment). He read "your comment" and assumed it was refering to him, when I assume it's just text relating to the individual posting the comment rather than the person viewing it. Unless I'm missing something of course.
Btw, this is the hub I posted the comment on:
Strangely, my post is not visible for me. It may be that it hasn't been approved yet, or has been rejected. It could also be that he deleted the hub and created a new similiar one. I say that because I noticed at time that the author had mispelled 'Johnny Depp' as 'Johhny Depp' in a few places including the title.
There is another comment by prairieprincess that is to be approved . I guess you see this type of message when you are following a category.
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