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Showing that I posted something in General Discussion when I actually haven't [Bug is gone now]

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Posted · Original PosterOP

EDIT: The bug is gone, but mods please take a look into this


So the forums main page shows that I posted something in general discussion, even though I haven't.


Here's the thread in which it shows that I posted something in (you can even check the thread, I haven't posted anything recently in it): 


Here are two pictures of the bug (one with me logged into the forum, one with me not logged into the forum😞


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I think it was just Chrome's cache that was saved/read incorrectly.

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1 hour ago, Nocte said:

I think it was just Chrome's cache that was saved/read incorrectly.

Good point. I wonder if that would happen on other browsers. So far, I haven't experienced it on Fire Fox.

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That's really weird, and I can't see any reason why that would be happening...

It's not a browser cache issue, because the browser doesn't cache individual parts of the page (text) content, so it must be on the server. However, there's nothing in the code that I can see which would make it possible for that field to display incorrectly in that way.

If it happens again, please let me know.

I don't work for Floatplane Media, so any Floatplane comments that I make are my own and may be incorrect or in conflict with the official view.


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