This is being discussed in other threads, so you are not alone.
A bug related to comments was fixed earlier today. We apologize for any inconvenience this might have caused. Would you mind checking to make sure you can comment normally again?
I have found that I can't either. I leave a reply on someone's question. They respond to my answer but then it won;t allow me to comment again. It keeps saying it's unable to save.
Is this the same issue??
Sorry to hear about the issue you are experiencing.
It does sound like a different issue.
Can you provide the URL for the problematic question?
Once we have the URL, we can research and help determine what might be going on.
Here's the link you asked for
http://dalehyde.hubpages.com/question/1 … swer517252
It's not just the question that it's happened with though. It seems to be on every question I try and re-respond to. Hopefully this will help.
Thanks for responding so quickly!
Thanks to the info you provided, we successfully reproduced the question comment issue you described. It has been sent to our development team to be addressed.
Sorry for any inconvenience this has caused.
Thanks Matthew. Will you be posting here to tell us when it's fixed?
I know things don't work sometimes and that's understandable. I don't want people to think I am ignoring their responses to my responses, which I currently can't respond to.
I am having the same problem when I try to "Submit a Comment" on:
I have tried Firefox and IE with no joy. When I click on the "Post
Comment" button, the "Working" animation appears, then goes away,
and my comment does not appear on the page.
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