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Usually one can assume that a submitted post has gone through after a few seconds. Refreshing the forum afterwards usually displays the submitted post, despite the apparent stalling. However, it is adviced to select all your text and take a copy before posting (Ctrl+A and Ctrl+C), in case the post isn't properly submitted. This is also handy in case of other time-outs, if you have been composing a text for a while - which is even more frustrating to lose.
Again, this will hopefully improve soon.
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"Doubt is not an agreeable condition, but certainty is an absurd one."
"Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities." Voltaire
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I've never seen more than a handful of active viewers, so 1203 connections seems quite high. It only happened once, though, on May 15 around 7:50 PM EDT, so I just ignored it. In general the forum does seem quite slow just to browse considering the low activity, but that isn't very unusual with phpBB in my experience.General Error
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Seriously though, it's taken some time for us to access the right information and help with the posting issues, but now we should see a vast improvement. We're only half-way through the process, so there's more work to do yet but the main issues have been rectified.
In the meantime, it may be that our email notifications (when someone PMs you or a post is made on a thread you're "watching") will not be working. We don't know yet if we'll have to leave them disabled or not.
A huge debt of gratitude is owed to user "justcurious" who has been instrumental in assisting us with these fixes. Without the selfless input of such generous individuals, the whole site would be nothing like it is today. So for your part justcurious, a huge THANK YOU!
Cheers, Dave Smith.
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