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    Re: Borders

    test #2

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    test #3

    MODERATORS - make a post and see if you get a dupe.

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    Re: Borders

    test #3

    MODERATORS - make a post and see if you get a dupe.

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    Re: Borders

    having more than one
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    causes the issue to show itself

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    Re: Borders

    Very good research!

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    Very good and useful research!
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    Quote Originally Posted by VictorN View Post
    Very good research!

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    Very good and useful research!
    Hmm, it something new for me! I never saw such an :- - - Updated - - -" issue...
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    Re: Borders

    this is a one liner

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    but I got the error

    This post is a duplicate of a post that you have posted in the last five minutes.
    when it wasn't of course.

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    but I got the error

    This post is a duplicate of a post that you have posted in the last five minutes.
    when it wasn't of course.

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    Something weird is definately going on here

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    Something weird is definately going on here
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    It merge all the subsequent posts! BTW, I got three notifications about the new posts in this thread from codeguru while physically they all were put in single one.
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    Re: Borders

    The left and right blue borders are back!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2kaud View Post
    The left and right blue borders are back!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Reported.

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    As still present, any update info?
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    Was hoping you'd get used to it... But I'll remind the developers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve R Jones View Post
    Was hoping you'd get used to it...

    Ha Ha Ha
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