28-12-2016 10:03 PM
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When are the glitches in Bakkers Board going to be fixed?

There seems to be SO MANY glitches these days, which have been here for months now; am I the only one experiencing these?

- sometimes (more often than not) when you click on a post, nothing shows but a blank screen. The only way to fix this is to type something into a post and hit enter, after which the whole thread will show. 

- often when you click on '2' (for the next page on a thread from page 1) nothing happens - you just stay on the same page (in this example page 1)

- many times when you start typing, no spaces are shown between the words and you end up with one BIG gibberish word; you ten need to arrow back and click the space bar between each word to create the required space.

Is / has anyone else having / had these problems or others?

Very frustrating!


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31-12-2016, 09:22 AM
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There seems to be SO MANY glitches these days, which have been here for months now; am I the only one experiencing these?

- sometimes (more often than not) when you click on a post, nothing shows but a blank screen. The only way to fix this is to type something into a post and hit enter, after which the whole thread will show. 

- often when you click on '2' (for the next page on a thread from page 1) nothing happens - you just stay on the same page (in this example page 1)

- many times when you start typing, no spaces are shown between the words and you end up with one BIG gibberish word; you ten need to arrow back and click the space bar between each word to create the required space.

Is / has anyone else having / had these problems or others?

Very frustrating!


Hey,

Thanks for letting me know - I've noticed it but not much. We've got a new developer now working on the forum. Ill pass this onto him to fix asap :)  
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