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Topics just "disappear"?!

That can happen occasionally if the cached version of the feed is out of date, and you request it while it's being regenerated. It's not something that can be properly changed I'm afraid.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

This isn't the first time the bug has happened. This isn't the only device on which it happened. This is just the first time I'm reporting the issue.

 

The issue is that the topics on the bottomish right side just "disappear." Here's a screenshot of the issue: 3C4F648A-4AC6-4F84-B4A1-268138090B1E.thumb.png.02f5562ddce4fcacf5f17fcaae9c3779.png

- This is a screenshot from my iPad Air 2 running Google Chrome (Version 72.0.3626.101)

- And this bug happened after I unlocked my iPad, opened a new tab in Chrome, and went straight to the LTT forum

 

The issue has also occured on my desktop PC (running Google Chrome) over the last few months. I don't have an exact statistic but I'd say it happens once out of every hundred times I go onto the main forum page. The issue gets resolved by literally just reloading the page.

 

Admins, please look into this issue and let me know if you need any information. Thanks!


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Netivity said:

have you tried clearing your cache?

Yes, obviously I have.

 

But I don't wanna keep clearing my cache for a stupid bug that gets resolved by just reloading the page.

 

And I don't think this is a cache issue (but I'm not a web developer so idk).


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1 minute ago, Geography said:

Yes, obviously I have.

Righto, calm down, it was just a question.

 

1 minute ago, Geography said:

And I don't think this is a cache issue (but I'm not a web developer so idk).

Neither am I, just personal experience.

 

 

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I've used all versions of Firefox released in the past 2 years or so on both Windows 7 and 10, I don't recall having this issue.

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OBVIOUSLY I HAVE

 

@Netivity

 

Well I think it was a fantastic suggestion given the lack of info up front.

 

Also - been on LTT daily since...September 2018?  Anyhow, never came across this issue, Chrome, Edge, Firefox through Windows 7 Enterprise and Windows 10.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Tristerin said:

OBVIOUSLY I HAVE

Sorry, didn't mean to sound rude.

2 minutes ago, Tristerin said:

Well I think it was a fantastic suggestion given the lack of info up front.

I said "let me know if you need any information" in the OP. If you have any questions, feel free to ask.

3 minutes ago, Tristerin said:

Also - been on LTT daily since...September 2018?  Anyhow, never came across this issue, Chrome, Edge, Firefox through Windows 7 Enterprise and Windows 10.

I'm pretty sure it's a problem related to my device, browser, or OS, and not the LTT forum. But I still wanna find out what's causing the issue.


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I have had that happen once on my work macbook, using google chrome (a couple updates old I'm sure cause I never restart it because losing incognito tabs sucks). 

No idea what caused it, but hasn't happened more than once with hundreds of site visits 


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I don't have a problem...

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yah i have had it happen in windows 10 using chrome and android using chrome, it can be a little annoying but its fairly rare


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That can happen occasionally if the cached version of the feed is out of date, and you request it while it's being regenerated. It's not something that can be properly changed I'm afraid.


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