I think that my responses are not there at all. Once or twice I've been able to respond to a post. Mostly, the page just scrolls back to the top of the IE page. There IS no link that says show your reply. It is just the same old page over and over and over, etc. again. When I scroll down, it has the opened reply box still sitting there and the Cancel and Submit buttons there along witht the boxes underneath for checking whether or not yhou want to post annonymously or to add to a watchlist.
I've been sidlined except for posting a new post. That one works.
I do agree that how things are threaded IS confusing. But I cannot even add to a thread. I can post an original, however, but I hate to start new threads when all I wanted was to add something or other.
Not liking this format at all eitther! Can't find the post where the replies belong, etc. But one of the biggeest problems is that out of maybe 20 or more attempts to reply....I've only been able to do it twice? Not sure if you will even get this. What happens is that I submit and the only thing that happens is that the page I'm on gets rolled up to the top of the page. It doesn't submit at all. Frustrating. This may be the straw that breaks the camels back!
The times I did get the reply to work I hit control first. Even then that only worked a few times? No consistency here that I can pick on to find a clue on how to work this thing.
My iespell program will not work here either. It doesn't recognize this as a dialog box, I guess. So, typo's will not get spotted for fixing. Yes.... you have one, but it was so difficult to use before, and iespell is so efficient for me. Oh well. I do hope this one will post after 10 or 20 tries.
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