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Old 04-06-2009, 07:10 AM   #1
james100
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Angry Trouble creating a new thread


This is my first posting to this forum and I had a totally different matter that I had intended to write about, and i will do os for my next post, but I feel this issue is perhaps more important,

I registered as a new member, and looked through several different postings to get a feel for things. Most importantly, I did not log out. Throughout this time I could see my user name, so I was confident that all was well. I pressed the button to create a new thread, and the message window opened up, just like it has now. I then spent almost 20 minutes composing my request for assistance, checked that I could not find any similar threads, and ran the spell checker which found a couple of errors.

Then I pressed the button to submit the thread, and..........

I was taken to a window that said that I could not post my thread because (a) I was not logged in, (b) I was not authorised, or (c) the administrator had removed my uathorisation. Since I had only just registered tonight, and I know that had not broken any rules, and I was signed on, I could not see how any of these three could apply. I am left with a foutyh option that was not stated, perhaps the site uatomatically logs you out adter a certain period of time - I mention thas only as another option, I have no idea whether or not this actually happens. Any way, as the forementioned window also had the facility to sign back in, I did so, expecting that my previous message would be intact and ready for my to resubmit.

Alas, no such luck. I was returned to a blank message box, and now I will have to rewrite my plea for assistance.

Is this a common occurrence, or is this just a trick you guys play on us noobs. If so, please don't do it to anyone else, it is not much fun. Most likley this is just a one of occurrence...is there any way to make sure it does not happen again. Did I do something wrong? Coming, as I do, from the antipodes was my message received upside-down and therefore rejected instead of being acepted? I fear I willnever know.
 
Old 04-06-2009, 07:43 AM   #2
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Moved: This thread is more suitable in <Suggestions and feedback> and has been moved accordingly to help your thread/question get the exposure it deserves.

(No, we don't play tricks on newcomers.....)
This post made it, so I assume things are working now.......
 
Old 04-06-2009, 11:04 AM   #3
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james100, if you accept cookies and check the "Remember Me?" box when you log in (both of which are defaults), you will never be logged out. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. Thanks for the feedback.

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Old 04-10-2009, 07:31 AM   #4
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Jeremy

Sorry for the delay in responding. I did as you suggested, and I am now automatically logged in whenever I visit the LinuxQuestions site. Thanks for your advice.

James
 
  


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