Posting in FAQs vs user privileges

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Richard Hull
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Re: Posting in FAQs vs user privileges

Post by Richard Hull » Fri May 14, 2021 3:38 pm

Sorry Frank, I did not know the tests were still ongoing. I though I looked at the time of creation and it was 1:50 something PM. I figured they were part of a completed test, as it was after midnight. Just so we are on the same page, in future say "Richard do not erase...I will delete when done". Again very sorry.

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Re: Posting in FAQs vs user privileges

Post by Frank Sanns » Fri May 14, 2021 4:06 pm

No problem Richard. I was logged in on another account working behind the scenes until after 3 am. Just wanted it done.

It is all cleaned up now but I think I missed one (maybe two) of one of the buried FAQs. If somebody (it can't be either of us because of our privileges) finds them, let me know and I will get them working too.

These platforms make no sense to me whatsoever. Clicking to allow attachments should do it but it did not and I have no idea why that would be. I was clearing caches and comparing past backups and on and on. At the end of the day, one factor at a time changes (I hate them because they are not good for understanding) solved it but with no new information gleaned.

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