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# 109317 17-Sep-2012 20:48
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I just wanted to create a new topic on Geekzone's Telecom forum, along with some jpg pictures.

Once I typed my text and attached / dragged the pictures in, click post new topic, all I get is:

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Error: Your post was not accepted due to bad word: f***
Error: Your post was not accepted due to bad word: s***

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But I did not write those words!  Why I am getting that message?

I am using Firefox 10.0.7ESR on windows 7 pro 64-bit.

Can anyone tell me what is the problem?





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  # 687424 17-Sep-2012 21:04
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  # 687455 17-Sep-2012 22:20
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AKLWestie: I just wanted to create a new topic on Geekzone's Telecom forum, along with some jpg pictures.

Once I typed my text and attached / dragged the pictures in, click post new topic, all I get is:

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Error: Your post was not accepted due to bad word: f***
Error: Your post was not accepted due to bad word: s***

---

But I did not write those words!? Why I am getting that message?

I am using Firefox 10.0.7ESR on windows 7 pro 64-bit.

Can anyone tell me what is the problem?






Presume that the words were embedded in the HTML if you drag and dropped. Perhaps in ALT tags of the image?

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  # 687509 18-Sep-2012 07:29
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I have tested the text with a test account and it passed without bad words. It must be something in the format as suggested. Paste it again without format and it should go.




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