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I don't know how to explain this...

This has been reported before, but it only happens if you load the topic before it is locked then activate the editor afterwards, and it's not particularly easy to fix.

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iPad Air 2 || iOS 12.3.1 || Chrome Version 75.0.3770.70

 

This is going to be hard to understand in words, and if it is, just watch the video.

 

So I had this thread opened up on my iPad: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/1075709-why-i-hate-amd-graphics-cards/

 

I started using another application on my iPad (Safari) and when I came back to this thread (after opening Chrome), it displayed the message to show new replies. I clicked "show new replies (or something on those lines)" and the latest message was the one by wkdpaul, who said the thread was locked. But for some reason, I had the option to reply to the thread (even though it didn't actually allow me to post anything). And when I scrolled down, the whole thread was sort of "in" the reply.

 

EDIT: Same issue happens on PC (tab was opened up from before, I clicked "show new replies", I had the option to reply, and the whole thread was "in" the reply); here's a screenshot:

dfs.png.005df94ecead049a334caedcefa377e3.png

 

Here's a video that will hopefully clarify things:


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This has been reported before, but it only happens if you load the topic before it is locked then activate the editor afterwards, and it's not particularly easy to fix.


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On 6/24/2019 at 2:15 PM, r2724r16 said:

iPad Air 2 || iOS 12.3.1 || Chrome Version 75.0.3770.70

 

This is going to be hard to understand in words, and if it is, just watch the video.

 

So I had this thread opened up on my iPad: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/1075709-why-i-hate-amd-graphics-cards/

 

I started using another application on my iPad (Safari) and when I came back to this thread (after opening Chrome), it displayed the message to show new replies. I clicked "show new replies (or something on those lines)" and the latest message was the one by wkdpaul, who said the thread was locked. But for some reason, I had the option to reply to the thread (even though it didn't actually allow me to post anything). And when I scrolled down, the whole thread was sort of "in" the reply.

 

EDIT: Same issue happens on PC (tab was opened up from before, I clicked "show new replies", I had the option to reply, and the whole thread was "in" the reply); here's a screenshot:

dfs.png.005df94ecead049a334caedcefa377e3.png

 

Here's a video that will hopefully clarify things:

 

report it to https://invisioncommunity.com/forums/


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