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Weird bug with the Might and Magic thread

Discussion in 'Site Feedback' started by <3sRichardSimmons, Apr 8, 2021.

  1. <3sRichardSimmons Arcane Patron

    <3sRichardSimmons
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    Every time I click the “go to latest unread post” button for this thread, it takes me to a post 3 posts prior to the latest one I’ve read. It happens on my phone using safari, and on my laptop using both Chrome and Firefox. Haven’t noticed it with any other threads, but it’s been consistent with the Might and Magic thread for about 1.5 weeks now. WTF is going on? Should I be purchasing a tinfoil hat? Anyone else noticed this?
     
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  2. The Red Knight Erudite

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    Can't replicate. Does the url you get in the address bar (after it changes from /unread to a post ID number) point to the correct latest unread post or the one that's a few posts above it that you end up seeing (to compare, hover the cursor over the #NUMBER of the post or the "TODAY at TIME" post date, it should show the url for it at the bottom of the browser window)? Does the page focus move as the page loads or does it jump straight to the wrong post and stick to it? Does unfollowing the thread and following it again help?
     
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