Right now something is wonkey when I open a post, I can still read the posts, but at the top of the page is all kinds of symbols and giberish. I am not able to reply to those posts when i have them opened.
What I tried that worked is to close the post and go back to the list of posts, if I click on Reply there, I can reply.
If any of you are having the same trouble try closing the post and replying to it from the "list page"View Thread
I was replying to a post and I used the word that is the opposite of frontward..because ofcourse it wont let me post it lol the last time I checked it wasn't a bad word..unless there's something IDK about it...lol anyhow I clicked submit and then it says "You have violated WEBmd rules..please correct the highlighted word" or something like that..so ofcourse I changed it...so has anyone else gotten a message like that yet...weird
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