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Morgenmuffel

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#237651 11-Jun-2018 18:16
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Ok i did a post yesterday and included a non exceptable word, completely my fault, i should have paid more attention.

 

I enjoy a forum that makes people use proper language, does it also ban the deliberate misspelling of Microsoft with $ instead of s, and Apple prefaced with cr as they are 2 of my many bugbears

 

However the problem was that once i had hit submit and it came up and told me I had the naughty word, I could not work out how to get back to my post to edit it, i clicked on the title of my post but i just ended up back on a new topic page with the message box empty.

 

I ended up redoing the post so no issue

 

 

 

So anyway my question is how do i get back to my message to edit it when this happens (I don't intend it to be a habit), is there some step i am missing

 

I was using Microsoft Edge browser (I decided to give it a go on the kids machine) if that makes any difference

 

 

 

Cheers

 

 

 

PS I haven't tried it again to see if I can figure out how to solve it as i don't want to end up on some banned for rude words list

 

 

 

Cheers

 

Morgenmuffel





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  #2033831 11-Jun-2018 18:19
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Just click Back in your browser. I've just tested this and it worked for me (Safari on Mac).


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  #2033835 11-Jun-2018 18:28
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Bother, i didn't even think of that

 

 

 

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  #2033836 11-Jun-2018 18:33
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It works on Chrome and Firefox too.





 

 

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