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Topic # 114346 16-Feb-2013 19:18
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A 'just curious' question more than anything...

I only use the live.geekzone page and occasionally see "last reply by freitasm on date/timestamp" but there's no actual post by freitasm in the thread at that time.

There's a current example " last reply by freitasm on 16-Feb-2013 18:40" for the Class Action thread.

Is this a bug or some admin access thing being logged?

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  Reply # 763538 16-Feb-2013 19:25
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Admin access / post edit etc.

You can see it yourself if you edit or delete a post.

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  Reply # 763548 16-Feb-2013 19:33
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If you post a reply and then delete it the topic will still reflect that. I posted a reply in that discussion and then decided would be better to leave it at that, so removed it.




 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 763553 16-Feb-2013 19:38
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Ah, of course, the old delete. Thanks.

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  Reply # 768689 25-Feb-2013 08:00
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On a related note, this also seems to muck up the thread page count. Current example is the SGSIII thread, which GZ Live shows with 352 pages, but it's already halfway into page 353.




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  Reply # 768690 25-Feb-2013 08:02
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Yes, sometimes the -1 doestn't work when mods remove a post. There's a "fix" link we can click and update the reply count - done for that thread.

Yes, could do that on every action instead of +1/-1 on every action.





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